Free Church of Scotland Ministers (1843-1900): Publications I-M

Publications of Free Church Ministers:

I – M

 

Publications either by or about a minister are generally included under his name in Ewing’s Annals, in the case of Free Church ministers, or, in the case of others, in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers. However, in some cases the list is so extensive that it is not convenient to burden a relatively short biographical article with a long list of publications. In these cases, his publications are found here.
 



 

INGLIS, JOHN

 
Publications – by him

Report of a missionary tour in the New Hebrides, in the year 1850, on board H.M.S. “Havannah”, Auckland, New Zealand, Williamson and Wilson, 1851

Cause and effect, News of the churches, etc., includes letters from two missionaries to the New Hebrides, Rev. John Inglis and Rev. John Geddie, 1855

The dark places of the Earth, a sermon preached at the opening of the Reformed Presbyterian Synod in Glasgow, May 5th, 1862, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1862

In memoriam, the late Rev. James M’Nair, Eromango, died, July 16, 1870, Edinburgh, Charles Gibson, 1870

The slave trade in the New Hebrides, being papers read at the annual meeting of the New Hebrides mission, held at Aniwa, July, 1871, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Doughlas, 1872

Intas Itap, nikavaig Nahaijin first (sekunt) U Intas Etipup Itu, eris asuptecnaig Intas Hibru an tas Aneityum, Nyu Hebrites, with others, Luntun, 1878-1879

Letter addressed to the children of the Free Church of Scotland about the New Hebrides Mission ship, Dayspring, Glasgow, Dunn and Wright, 1878

Heathen missions, Williamu, a native Christian of Aneityum, New Hebrides, 1879

Thesis. The doctrine of Christian missions, with special reference to the South sea islands, J. Inglis, 1881

A dictionary of the Aneityumese language., London, Williams & Norgate, 1882

The New Hebrides Mission and the Polynesian labour traffic, Edinburgh, 1883

A missionary’s wife, being a sketch of the life and character of Mrs. Inglis of the New Hebrides mission, Edinburgh, Ballantyne Press, 1885

In the New Hebrides, reminiscences of missionary life and work, especially on the island of Aneityum, from 1850 till 1877, London, T. Nelson & Sons, 1887

Bible illustrations from the New Hebrides, with notices of the progress of the Mission, London, Thomas Nelson, 1890

South Sea missionary pamphlets etc., includes Journal of John Inglis, 1856-1896
 

Publications– about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Inglis

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 3/3/1892, D.D., residing at Lincuan Cottage, Kirkcowan, Wigtownshire, d. 18/07/1891 at Kirkcowan aforesaid, testate, Wigtown Sheriff Court, NRS SC19/41/19

Heroes of the mission field, Rev. John Inglis, D.D., J. Fairley Daly, 189-?

 

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INGLIS, ROBERT

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 9th May, 1844, Against Socinian bill and some unspecified measure, NRS GD112/74/826; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 20th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/216

Where lies the difference?, or, Some of the principles and practices of the Church of Scotland and the Established Church stated and compared, Brechin, David Burns, 1845

Objections brought against the principles and practices of the Church of Scotland considered, in reply to “Vindex”, Brechin, David Burns, 1846

Memorials of the Disruption in Edzell and Lochlee, with other papers , Edinburgh, Commercial Printing Company, 1872

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.3, p.353, The Difference between Justification and Sanctification; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.601, The Birth and Infancy of Moses

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.229, The parable of the barren fig-tree
 

Publications – about him

Papers of the Maule Family, Earls of Dalhousie: Papers of Fox Maule as Under Secretary for the Home Department; Petition for a Crown presentation of Mr. Robert Inglis to the vacant parish of Lochlee, With copy of veto roll and of letter to Lord Panmure, 1837, NRS GD45/9/105

Obituary notice on this web-site: Robert Inglis

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 25/2/1876, Minister, Free Church, Edzell, d. 19/01/1876 at Edzell, testate, Forfar Sheriff Court, NRS SC47/40/43

New Statistical Account, November, 1842, Edzell, Vol.11, Forfar, p.621

An answer to the charges of the Rev. Robert Inglis, against the Church of Scotland, contained in his pamphlet “Where lies the difference”, Vindex, Montrose, Smith, 1845.

A refutation of additional charges against the Church of Scotland, contained in the Rev. Robert Inglis’ “Objections considered”, Alexander Whyte, Montrose, Smith, 1846

A refutation of additional charges against the Church of Scotland, contained in the Rev. Robert Inglis’ “Objections considered”, being a sequel to the second edition of the “answer” to his former charges, Vindex, Montrose, Smith & Co., 1846

The Rev. Robert Inglis, 1803-1876, and his children, David Ross Inglis, 1994?

 

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INNES, GEORGE

 

Publications – by him

A vindication of the Free Church in Cannobie, in answer to a letter addressed by George Maxwell, Esq. W.S. Prior’s Linn, to the people of Cannobie, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1845

Reply to Mr. Maxwell’s second letter to the people of Cannobie, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1845

A plea for toleration and spiritual independence, in answer to “The spirit of Free Presbyterianism”, by George Maxwell, Esq., W.S., Prior’s Lynn, Cannobie, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1845

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites of churches, 25th April, 1846, NRS GD112/51/204

Sermons preached in the tent at Cannobie, Edinburgh, Kennedy, 1849

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.74, Christ the only sufficient sacrifice

He gave evidence before the Committee on Sites (Scotland) – see the Report of this Committee from Question 1273 on p,86 of First Report
 

Publication – about him

Papers of the Montague-Douglas-Scott Family, Dukes of Buccleuch: Free Church of Scotland; Sites: Letters relating to refusal of site for Free church at Canonbie, Copy letter from the Rev George Innes, Free church minister at Canonbie, to the duke of Buccleuch, for use of a field to hold a communion service as the tent is not large enough, 28th June, 1845, NRS GD224/367/4; Letters mainly from the Rev George Innes, minister of Canonbie Free church, relating to provision of a site for Canonbie Free Church, NRS GD224/367/6

 

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IRELAND, ROBERT HENDERSON

 

Publications – by him

The saviour and the saved in life and in death, Aberdeen, Ireland, 1853

The principles and practices of “Brethren, ” a word of warning to the churches, with correspondence between Mr. Ireland and Dr. Wolston, Edinburgh, A. Elliot, 1873

Light from Calvary in the seven last words of Jesus, London, J. Nisbet & Co., 1873

Why is God a stranger in the land?, a question for the times, London, Morgan and Scott, 1873

Ruth, or, Rest in Jesus. A story of the olden time, London, Morgan and Scott, 1873

The Rainbow on the Head of Jesus

A knock at every door
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Ireland, Robert Henderson

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 30/3/1881, Minister, Free Church, Portobello, d. 12/02/1881 at Portobello, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/206; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/188

 

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JAFFRAY, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

An appeal on behalf of the Scottish settlers in British North America, a sermon , Dundee, published for the Dundee Auxiliary Colonial Society by James Adam, 1831

Hilltown Church. Statement by Mr. Jaffray

Suggestions for united co-operation of evangelical communions in the promotion of education, includes two notices regarding meetings of the Bicentenary of the Westminister Assembly Committee signed by John Jaffray, Secretary, 1843

Suggestions for the more effective supply of the spiritual wants of the population, Bicentenary Committee Scheme for Co-operation in City Missions, includes notice of meeting August 14th, amended by hand to 21st, signed John Jaffray, Edinburgh, 10th August, 1843, amended by hand to 18th, 1843

Letter that was enclosed with a subscription card acknowledging the assistance rendered in obtaining the subscriptions for the erection of 500 schools for the Free Church of Scotland, July 15, 1844, addressed to Mr. D. Dickson, signed, John Jaffray, Secretary of the General Board of Missions and Education, 1844

Assembly expenses, proposal for defraying expenses connected with meetings of the General Assembly, with an accompanying letter signed John Jaffray, H. Handyside, Edinburgh, 1846

Scottish missions, correspondence between John Cumming and John Jaffray, Edinburgh, Miller and Fairly, 1850

Remarks on the innovations in the public worship of God, proposed by the Free Presbytery of Hamilton, with an appendix containing the translations and paraphrases sanctioned for the use of private families by the General Assembly 1751, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1854

Fac-similie from an original letter of John Knox, in the possession of the Revd. John Jaffray, Edinburgh, Schenck & McFarlane Lithographers, 1850-1860?
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Jaffray

Records of Dundee, General Session: Dundee, General Session – Papers in causa George Ower, glazier, Dundee v. Rev. John Jaffrey, James Hay, merchant, Patrick Hunter Thoms, merchant and banker, Stewart Spence and William Ferguson, manufacturers, for payment of final instalment of money due for erection of chapel of ease at Maxwelltown [Hilltown], 1835-1838, NRS CH2/1218/39

Correspondence of the Rev. John Mackall: Copy letters from John MacKail, Valetta to the Rev. John Jaffray, Edinburgh, on difficulties in the church of Malta, 25th January, 1844, NRS CH1/11/1

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Jaffray, alias Black, Isabella, 25/6/1866, widow of Rev. John Jaffray, Secretary to Board of Missions, Free Church of Scotland, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/130; Trust Disposition & S, with writings, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/104

 

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JOHNSTON, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

The opium trade in China, by an eyewitness, to which is added, a voice from India on the opium question, 1858

Glimpses of missionary work in China, illustrated by engravings from the Chinese Pilgrim’s Progress. Edinburgh, 1860

The primitive Sabbath restored by Christ, an historical argument derived from ancient records of China, Egypt, and other lands, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1868

Learning to Float, or, Saved by Faith, a narrative of fact, Glasgow, 1869

Religious destitution in Glasgow, to the office-bearers of the Presbyterian churches of all denominations in our city, the following statistics are specially and respectfully submitted, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1870

The lily in the pool, or, A pure life in a polluted world, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1870

The rising tide of irreligion, pauperism, immorality and death in Glasgow and how to turn it, facts and suggestions, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1871

The ecclesiastical and religious statistics of Scotland, showing 1st the number of adherents in each denomination, 2nd that there are more than half a million of the population unconnected with any church, Glasgow, David Bryce & Son, 1874

Corrected statistics of the Church of Scotland, a reply to a “statement” by the Rev. Professor Charteris and “the numbers of the churches” by the Rev. J. Elder Cumming, Glasgow, David Bryce and Son, 1874

The ribbon of blue, Glasgow, Charles Glass & Co., 1874?

On the “abolition” or “transference” of Government colleges and high schools in India, as required by the Despatch of 1854, illustrated by the state of education in Madras, London, Gilbert and Rivington, 1880

Our educational policy in India, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1880

The higher education and the education of the masses in India, a reply to a letter addressed by His Highness the Maharajah of Travancore, to His Excellency the Right Honourable M.E. Grant Duff, Governor of Madras, London, General Council on Education in India, 1882

Education in India and the India Commission on Education, London, Edward Stanford, 1883

A meeting of the members of the “General Council on Education in India” was held on Monday, 22nd January, 1883, General Sir William Hill in the chair, includes, Appendix to the report, The following is the title of the pamphlet of 24 pages referred to in the note to the resolutions passed at the meeting of Jan. 22, 1883 “Cursory notice of certain statements in the Rev. James Johnston’s “reply”, by his Highness Rama Varma, Maharajah of Travancore”, 1883.

Abstract and analysis of the report of the Indian Education Commission, with notes and the recommendations in full, London, Adams, 1884

Parks and playgrounds for the people, with a brief discussion of the nature and bearing of the Inclosure (Land) acts, London, Hamilton, Adams and Co., 1885

A century of Protestant missions and the increase of the heathen during the hundred years, suggestive facts for thoughtful Christians, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1886

Report of the Centenary conference on the Protestant missions of the world, held in Exeter hall (June 9th-19th), London, 1888. edited by the Rev. James Johnston, F.S.S., secretary of the conference London, J. Nisbet & co., 1889, two voumes, Vol.1 and Vol.2 – both limited search only

Hymns for the Centenary Conference on Foreign Missions, compiled by the Rev. James Johnston, London, Gilbert & Rivington, 1888

A century of Christian progress and its lessons, London, James Nisbet & Co, 1888

Missionary points and pictures, London, Religious Tract Society, 1891?

The production and circulation of Christian literature for mission fields, Calcutta, Traill & Co., 1891

Missionary landscapes in the dark continent, New York, A.D.F. Randolph & Company, 1892

China and Formosa, the story of the mission of the Presbyterian Church of England, London, Hazell, Watson, & Viney, 1897

A century of Christian progress, showing also the increase of Protestantism and the decline of popery, New York, F.H. Revell, 1900?

Destructive results of the higher criticism, as disclosed in “Modern criticism and the preaching of the Old Testament” [by George Adam Smith], London, Elliot Stock, 1901
 

Publications – about him

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, David W. Savage, Johnston, James (1819–1905), missionary and minister of the Presbyterian Church of England

Statistics of the Church of Scotland, a statement by the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on Christian life and work in answer to the Rev. James Johnston, and to the allegations in the manifesto of the “Scottish disestablishment association”, Edinburgh, William Blackwood, 1873

Remarks on the report of the mission to India of the Rev. James Johnston, Secretary of the Christian Vernacular Education Society, J. Murdoch, Madras, Christian Vernacular Education Society, 1890

 

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KEITH, ALEXANDER

 

Publications – by him

Spanish: Cumplimiento literal de las profecias de la Sagrada Escritura,, segun en particular se confirma por la historia de los judios y por los descubrimientos de los modernos viageros [Evidence of the Truth …], London, Published for La Sociedad De Tratados Religiosos, 1831

The signs of the times, as denoted by the fulfilment of historical predictions, traced down from the Babylonish captivity to the present time, New York, Jonathan Leavitt, 1832

Evidence of the truth of the Christian religion, derived from the literal fulfilment of prophecy, particularly as illustrated by the history of the Jews, and by the discoveries of recent travellers Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1832

The Fulfilment of the prophecies concerning Ammon, Moab, and Philistia, a proof that the holy Scriptures are the word of God, London, J. Nisbet, 183-?

Italian: L’evidenza della profezia, scelta, in parte scorciata, con nuove riflessioni da un’opera del Rev. A. Keith, [based on Evidence of the Truth …] London, W. Jones, 183-?

French: Les prophéties et leur accomplissement littéral [Evidence of the Truth …], J.-J. Risler, 1838

Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Bexley, On the Collision Between the Civil and the Church Courts in Scotland, Edinburgh, Whyte & Co., 1841

De stipte en letterlijke vervulling der Bijbelsche profetiën, opgehelderd door de geschiedenis der volken en de ontdekkingen van nieuwere reizigers [Evidence of the Truth …], Amsterdam, Shleyer, 1841

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth grant, 21st April,1845, NRS GD112/51/180; Sites, 4th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/205

The harmony of prophecy, or, Scriptural illustrations of the Apocalypse, Edinburgh, W. Whyte, 1851

Demonstration of the truth of the Christian religion, New York, Harper, 1855

The land of Israel, according to the covenant with Abraham, with Isaac, and with Jacob, New York, Harper, 1855

The harmony of prophecy, or, Scriptural illustrations of the Apocalypse, New York, Harper, 1855.

Swedish: Kristna religionens sanning, Wittnesbörd och bewis, hemtade från profetiornas bokstafliga uppfyllelse, med särskildt afseende å Judarnes historia och nyare resandes upptäckter [Evidence of the Truth …], Drebro, Lindh, 1859

The history and destiny of the world and of the church, according to scripture, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1861

The History and Destiny of the World and of the Church, According to Scripture, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1861

Welsh: Y prawf o wirionedd y grefydd Gristionogol, wedi ei gasglu o gyflawniad llythyrenol prophwydoliaeth, yn neillduol fel y mae yn cael ei egluro yn hanes yr Iuddewon, a thrwy ddarganfyddiadau teithwyr diweddar [Evidence of the Truth …], London, Blackie, 1871

German: Zeugnisse für die Erfüllung des prophetischen Schriftwortes, als Beweise für die Zuverlässigkeit desselben [Evidence of the Truth …], Hamburg, 1872

Arabic: Al-Bayyinah al-jaliyyah ‘ala sihhah din al-nasraniyya [Evidence of the Truth …]

Three Letters to a Friend on the Rev. A. Keith’s “Signs of the Times” and the “Evidence of Prophecy”, C. Housman, London, 1833

A Letter to the Editor of the Quarterly Review, in reply to certain strictures in that publication on the Rev. Dr. Keith’s “Evidence of Prophecy”, James Brewster, Edinburgh, W. Whyte & Co, 1836

Two sermons preached at St. Cyrus, in connection with the settlement of the Rev. Alex. Keith, as assistant and successor to his father in the Parish of St. Cyrus, Alexander D. Davidson and Alexander Keith, Aberdeen, Davidson, 1841

French: Les Juifs D’Europe Et De Palestine Voyage De Mm. Keith, Black, Bonar Et Mac Cheyne, Envoyés Par L’Église d’Écosse, Avec une carte de la Judée et un plan de Jérusalem, Rosine de Chabaud-Latour, Paris. L.-R. Delay, 1844

Vindiciae horariae, or, Twelve letters to the Rev. Dr. Keith, in reply to his strictures on the “Horae apocalypticae”, together with brief notices of other chief criticisms on the seals and witnesses of the Horae, in an appendix, E. B. Elliott, London, Seeleys, 1848

The Locusts, the Euphratean Horsemen, and the Two Witnesses, or, the Apocalyptic systems of the Rev. E.B. Elliott, Dr. Cumming, and Dr. Keith proved unsound, Robert Govett, London, Norwich printed, 1852
 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: Alexander Keith

Disruption Worthies on this website: Keith, Alexander

New Statistical Account, December, 1841, St Cyrus, Vol.11, Kincardine, p.269

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.30, George Clement Boase, Keith, Alexander (1791-1880);

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Keith, Alexander (1792–1880), Free Church of Scotland minister and writer on prophecy

Inventories, Wills, etc.: sometime Minister, St Cyrus, County of Kincardine, thereafter residing in Edinburgh, d. 08/02/1880 at Buxton, intestate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/201

Photographic and Prophetic Truth, Daguerreotypes, the Holy Land, and the Bible according to Reverend Alexander Keith, Sheona Beaumont, Routledge, 2018

 

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KEITH-FALCONER, HON. ION GRANT NEVILLE

 

Publications – by him

Kalīlah and Dimnah, or, The fables of Bidpai, being an account of their literary history, with an English translation of the later Syriac version of the same and notes by I.G.N. Keith-Falconer, Cambridge, 1885

An address on missions, delivered at Edinburgh, November, 1886, 1886?

German: Die Inschrift des Königs Mesa von Moab, with others, Freiburg, J.C.B. Mohr, 1886
 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: Ion Keith-Falconer

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Memorials of the Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer, Robert Sinker, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and sons 1890

The Keith-Falconer mission to the Mahommedans of South Arabia, 1887?

Annual report Keith-Falconer Mission, Edinburgh, The Mission, 1889

The Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer, M.A., Athlete, Scholar, and Christian, Stirling, Drummond’s Tract Depot, 1890

The Keith-Falconer mission, Paterson, Alexander, Paisley, 1890

Ion Keith-Falconer, in Earnest young heroes,, S.F. Harris, London, 1896

The Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer, pioneer in Arabia, Arthur Tappan Pierson, Picket line of missions, 1897

The Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer, in Modern apostles of missionary byways, Arthur T. Pierson, New York, 1899. p.81

Ion Keith Falconer, Stirling, Monthly Tract Society, 1901?

Memorials of the Hon. Ion Keith-Falconer, Sinker, Robert, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell, 1903

Ion Keith-Falconer, in The household of faith, portraits and essays, p.181, George William Erskine Russell, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1903

Ion Keith-Falconer, first Christian missionary to the Moslems of South Eastern Arabia, O. W. Scott, Boston, Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 19–?

Ion Keith Falconer, in Servants of the King, Robert Elliott Speer, New York, Missionary Education Movement, 1911,

Ion Keith-Falconer of Cambridge in Heroes of the campus, the records of a few of those knightly souls who, burning out for God, kindled unquenched fires in the lives of their fellow students, p.101, Joseph Wilson Cochran, Philadelphia, Westminster Press, 1917

Ion Keith-Falconer, the scholar-missionary, Cuthbert MacEvoy, London, 1923

Ion Keith-Falconer of Arabia, James Robson, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1923

Ion Grant Neville Keith-Falconer, in Sons of the Covenant, Marcus Lawrence Loane, Sydney, Angus & Robertson, 1963

Ion Keith-Falconer, in They were pilgrims , search only, Marcus L. Loane. Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1970

The Church of Scotland South Arabia Mission 1885-1978, a history and critical evaluation of the Mission founded by Ion Keith Falconer’s Vision, James McLaren Ritchie, Stoke-On-Trent, England, Tentmaker Publications, 2006

 

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KENNEDY, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

The Modern Scottish Pulpit, God calling the Wicked to Repentance, Ezekiel 33:11, p.231

Three Gaelic poems, Mrs. Clark, translated into English, and an elegy (with short memoir) on Kenneth McDonald at Lynchat, Kingussie, by John Kennedy.

Daoine air an comhairleachadh an aghaidh bhi deanamh cron orra fein, John Macdonald, Ferintosh, edited by John Kennedy, published by Lewis Munro

The recent secession from the established Church of Scotland, considered in its bearings on the advancement of religion, a discourse delivered in Blackfriars Street Chapel, Aberdeen, June 11, 1843, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

The Lord’s controversy with his people, a sermon preached on the fast-day appointed by the Commission of the Assembly of the Free Church, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1854

The days of the fathers in Ross-shire, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1867

Man’s relations to God, traced in the light of ‘the present truth’, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1869

Great anti-union meeting at Inverness, a speech, Inverness, 1870

Unionism and the union, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Presbyterian union question, should the Free Church unite with the United Presbyterian Church and others?, a speech, Sydney, 1871

Mr Kennedy of Dingwall’s statement, with reference to the United Presbyterian Church’s views and action about revivals, Scotland?, 1871?

Reply to the ten, Edinburgh, 1872?

Unionism and its last phase, an address delivered to his congregation, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant, 1873

Hyper-evangelism, “another gospel”, though a mighty power, a review of the recent religious movement in Scotland, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant & Company, 1874

The union question, a speech at Inverness, Edinburgh?, between 1870 and 1879?

The distinctive principles and present position and duty of the Free Church, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant & Company, 1875

A reply to Dr. Bonar’s defence of Hyper-evangelism, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmell, 1875

The constitution of the Church of Scotland, and her relations to other Presbyterian churches, as affected by the Anti-Patronage Act, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant & Co., 1876

Letter to the members of the Free Church in the Highlands, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant & Co., 1876

Gaelic: Air comh-shuidheachadh Eaglais na h-Alba, agus a daimhibh ri Eaglaisibh cleireach eile, ann an coimh-cheangal ris an achd leis an do chuireadh a’ phatronachd air chul [The constitution of the Church of Scotland ….], Edinburgh, Duncan Grant, 1876

Air Comh-chomunn nan Naomh ri Dia … [On communion with God, the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, (each person distinctly) in love, grace, and consolation, or, The Saints’ fellowship with Father, Son, and Holy Ghost unfolded], John Owen, D.D., translated into Gaelic by Alexander McDougall, with a preface by John Kennedy, Edinburgh, The Religious Tract and Book Society of Scotland, 1876

The establishment principle and the disestablishment movement, two lectures, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1878

A plea in self-defence addressed to the leaders of the disestablishment party in the Free Church, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant, 1878

A purteekler accoont o’ the last assembly, by Wan o’ the Hielan’ host, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1881

Gaelic: An gluasad air son an eaglais a dhealachadh o’n staid, Earail do mhuinntir na h’Eaglais Shaoir anns a Ghaidhealtachd, Edinburgh, 1882

The disestablishment movement in the Free Church, an address to Free Churchmen in the Highlands, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1882

Sermons preached in Newington Free Church, Edinburgh, on occasion of the death of James Begg, D.D., by John Kennedy and George Smeaton on Sabbath, 7th October 1883, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1883

Communion and other sermons, William Forbes, late minister of Tarbat, partly edited by the late John Kennedy, and completed with a prefatory memoir by Malcolm MacGregor, Ferintosh, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1887

Memoir and letters of Rev. Finlay Cook and of Rev. Archibald Cook, edited by John Kennedy, Inverness, Nothern Counties Newspaper and Printing and Publishingr Company, Limited, 1895

The present cast and tendency of religious thought and feeling in Scotland’, contributed to the ‘Perthshire Courier’ from 4th February to 1st April, 1879, Edinburgh, R.W. Hunter, 1902

Expository lectures, edited by John Kennedy Cameron, Inverness, Northern Counties Newspaper and Printing and Publishing Company, 1911

Searmon agus òraid, Edinburgh, 1916

Divine religion, distinct from all human systems ancient and modern, outlines of 28 sermons by the late Rev. John Kennedy, and outlines of 240 sermons by the Rev. M. Mackay, Dingwall, 1928

The Apostle of the North, the life and labours of the Rev. John Macdonald, D.D., of Ferintosh, Inverness, Northern Counties Newspaper and Printing and Publishing Co., 1932

Leper isle, Inverness, Publications Committee, Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, 1967
 

Publications – about him

Obituary Notice on Disruption Worthies on this website: Kennedy, John;

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.30, Bertha Porter, Kennedy, John (1819-1884);

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Alan P. F. Sell, Kennedy, John (1819–1884), Free Church of Scotland minister

John Kennedy (Review of his biography), The Original Secession magazine. New Series 19 (1889-90), p.136;

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Macleod, Alasdair Johnston; Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh; Awarded: 2019: John Kennedy and the development of Evangelicalism in the Scottish Highlands, 1843-1900

The Life of John Kennedy, D.D., Alexander Auld, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1887

John Kennedy – Highland Preacher and Confessional Defender in Finlayson, Sandy, Unity and Diversity: The Founders of the Free Church of Scotland, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Scotland, 2010

A letter addressed to the Rev. John Kennedy, author of ‘The days of the Fathers in Ross Shire’, Auckland, New Zealand, Printed at the New Zealand Herald, 186-

In memoriam, Rev. John Kennedy, D.D., Dingwall, Inverness, 1884

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 2/12/1884, Minister, Free Church, Dingwall, d. 28/04/1884 at Bridge of Allan, intestate, Dingwall Sheriff Court, NRS SC25/44/14; and 12/2/1896, Eik, Dingwall Sheriff Court, NRS SC25/44/19

Dr. Kennedy of Dingwall’s statement of Free Church principles in 1882, between 1880 and 1889?

 

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KILPATRICK, THOMAS BUCHANAN

 

Publications – by him

Sermons I, II, III, Upon human nature, or, Man considered as a moral agent / by Joseph Butler, introduction and notes by Thomas B. Kilpatrick, search only, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1888?

Christian character, a study in New Testament morality, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1899

A summary of Christian doctrine, Toronto, R.D. Fraser, 1905

New Testament evangelism, T B Kilpatrick and John E Shearer, originally published, New York, Hodder & Stoughton, George H. Doran Company, 1911

The Redemption of Man, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1920

Our common faith, Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1928

Suggested courses of study for the guidance of busy minsters, Toronto, United Church Publishing House, Ryerson, 1929

Christianizing the Social Order, T.B. Kilpatrick’s Theological Vision of the United Church of Canada, Brian J Fraser, Toronto Journal of Theology, v12 n2 (19960901), 189-200

 

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KING, ANDREW

 

Publications – by him

Lectures on Protestantism, The character of popery, illustrated in the history of Scotland, Glasgow, E. Khull, between 1800 and 1899

Objections to the principles of the proposed evangelical alliance, stated in the speeches of the Rev. Andrew King, A.M., and Rev. James Gibson, A.M., in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, February 4, 1846., Glasgow, William Blackwood, 1846

Speeches of the Rev. James Gibson and Rev. Andrew King in the synod of Glasgow and Ayr, with a review of the principles maintained in the speeches of the Rev. Dr. Candlish and others, on Christian union, delivered in Glasgow, on the 28th October, 1845, Glasgow, William Blackwood, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1846.

The true rule of Christian conduct a sermon preached at the opening of the Synod of the Free Church of Nova-Scotia, at New Glasgow, June 26th, 1850, Halifax, Nova Scotia, A. & W. Mackinlay, 1851

The Papacy, a conspiracy against civil and religious liberty, first lecture, delivered before the Protestant Alliance of Nova Scotia at Temperance Hall, Halifax, on Friday evening, December 17th, 1858, Halifax, 1859

Christ’s zeal for God’s house, a sermon preached at the opening of the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of the Lower provinces of British North America, June 26, 1861, Halifax, 1861

Narrative of events issuing in the institution of the Free Church of Scotland in separation from the state, search only, Halifax, 1861

A plea for union in maintaining the scriptural doctrine of the Westminster Standards, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, 1872

Adoption of the mutual eligibility overture, an abandonment of Free Church principle, Edinburgh, Johnston, Hunter, & Co., 1873
 

Publication – about him

Obituary Notice on this web-site: Andrew King

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 30/3/1874, residing at Eight Princes Street Helensburgh, Dumbarton Sheriff Court, NRS SC65/34/19

Inventories, Wills, etc.: King, Matilda, or Ferguson, 27/5/1895, Bonnibrae, Sinclair Street, Helensburgh, widow of Rev. Andrew King, D.D., Professor of Theology, Halifax, Nova Scotia, d. 26/04/1895 at Helensburgh, testate, Dumbarton Sheriff Court, NRS SC65/34/41; 23/10/1895, Eik, NRS SC65/34/41; and 26/6/1916, Eik, NRS SC65/35/23

 

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KNIGHT, WILLIAM ANGUS

 

Publications – by him

The Morgan Library and Museum seems to hold a large quantity of manuscript material associated with him.

Hymns, selected for divine worship, by William Knight, Dundee, 1871

Seeking after God, a sermon preached in Portland Street Church, London, May 26,1 1872, Glasgow, James Maclehose, 1872

The power of prayer, a sermon preached in St. Enoch’s church, Dundee, on Sunday, December 29, 1872, Dundee, Middleton, 1873

The St. Enoch’s hymnal, Dundee, 1874

Prayers, ancient and modern, adapted to family use, London, Seeley, Jackson and Halliday, 1877

The English Lake District as interpreted in the poems of Wordsworth , Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1878

Studies in philosophy and literature, London, C.K. Paul, 1879

Scotch sermons, includes a sermon by William Knight, search only, London, Macmillan, 1881

Spinoza, four essays, edited by Professor Knight, London, Williams and Norgate, 1882

Hume, 1886

Memorials of Coleorton, being letters from Coleridge, Wordsworth and his sister, Southey, and Sir Walter Scott to Sir George and Lady Beaumont of Coleorton, Leicestershire, 1803-1834, edited, with introduction and notes by William Knight, Edinburgh, D. Douglas, 1887

The higher education of women, with special reference to the St. Andrews University L.L.A. title and diploma, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1887

Through the Wordsworth country, Harry Goodwin and Professor Knight, London, Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey & Co., 1887

Principal Shairp and his friends, London, J. Murray, 1888

On the links, being golfing stories by various hands, Edinburgh, David Douglas. 1889

Wordsworthiana, a selection from papers read to the Wordsworth Society, edited by William Knight, London, Macmillan, 1889

The life of William Wordsworth, Edinburgh, W. Paterson, 1889

Selections from Wordsworth, by William Knight and other members of the Wordsworth Society, London, Kegan Paul, Trench, 1889

Scottish Universities Commission, curricula of study, and academical degrees, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1890

Essays in philosophy, old and new, Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1890

Tales of Leigh Hunt, with a preface by William Angus Knight, London, W. Paterson & Co., 1891

Aspects of theism, London, Macmillan, 1893

The Christian ethic, London, J. Murray, 1893

Prose writings of Wordsworth, selected and edited, with an introduction by William Knight, London, Walter Scott, Ltd., 1893

Rectorial addresses delivered at the University of St. Andrews, Sir William Stirling-Maxwell, Bart. to the Marquess of Bute 1863-1893, edited with an introduction by William Knight, search only, London, Adam and Charles Black, 1894

Stories of golf , collected by William Knight and T.T. Oliphant, search only, London, W. Heinemann, 1894

The philosophy of the beautiful, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1895-98: Vol.1; Vol.2

The literature of the Georgian era, William Minto, edited with a biographical introduction by William Knight, New York, Harper & Brothers, 1895

Memoir of John Nichol, Professor of English literature in the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, James MacLehose, 1896

Prose works of William Wordsworth, edited by William Knight, London, Macmillan, 1896

The poetical works of William Wordsworth, edited by William Knight, London, Macmillan, 1896, Vol.1, Vol.2, Vol.3, Vol.4, Vol.5, Vol.6, Vol.7, Vol.8

Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth, edited by William Knight, London, New York, Macmillan, 1897: Vol.2

Retrospects, London, Smith, Elder, & Co., 1898

Six Lectures on Some Nineteenth Century Artists,, The Art institute of Chicago, 1899

Lord Monboddo and some of his contemporaries, search only, London, J. Murray, 1900

Inter Amicos, letters between James Martineau and William Knight, London, J. Murray, 1901

Some nineteenth century Scotsmen, being personal recollections , Edinburgh, London, Oliphant, Anderson, & Ferrier, 1903 [1902 Note THOMAS CHALMERS, Principal of the New College, Edinburgh. 1780-1847..,…15

Andreapolis, being Writings in Praise of St. Andrews, Edinburgh, David Douglas, 1903

The poems and dramatic works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, edited by William Knight., London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1904

Through the Wordsworth country, a companion to the lake district, London, S. Sonnenschein, 1906

Colloquia peripatetica, deep-sea soundings, being notes of conversations with the late John Duncan, Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, 1907

Memorials of Thomas Davidson, Boston, Ginn and Co., 1907

Letters of the Wordsworth Family from 1787 to 1855, Boston and London, Ginn and Co., 1907

A Victorian anthology, edited by William Knight, London, G. Newnes, Ltd, 1907

The poets on Christmas, selected and edited by William Knight, search only, London, Society for promoting Christian knowledge, 1907

A Book of sacred verse, edited by William Angus Knight, 1910

The golden wisdom of the Apocrypha, with explanatory preface, and an appendix containing some of the proverbial wisdom of the Talmud, Oxford, B.H. Blackwell, 1910

The glamour of Oxford, descriptive passages in verse and prose by various writers, chosen and edited by William Knight, search only, Oxford, B.H. Blackwell, 1911

An Easter anthology, collected, arranged and edited by William Knight, London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1912

Robert Browning centenary celebration at Westminster Abbey, May 7th, 1912, edited by William Angus Knight, Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1912

An Easter anthology, collected, arranged, and edited by William Knight, search only, London, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1912

Coleridge and Wordsworth in the West country, London, 1913

Coleridge and Wordsworth in the West country, London, 1913

Pro patria et rege, poems on war, its characteristics and results / selected in aid of the Belgian relief fund from British and American sources by Professor Knight, with an explanatory preface dedicated to Lord Roberts, F.M., London, J. & J. Bennett, 1915

 

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LAING, BENJAMIN

 

Publications – by him

An expostulation addressed to the Friends of the Reformation in the United Secession Church in relation to the Voluntary controversy, Glasgow, William Collins, 1838

A catechism on the history of the Church of Scotland from the beginning of the Reformation to the restoration of patronage in 1712, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

An address delivered at the renovation of the covenants by the Synod of United Original Seceders, at Edinburgh, May 19, 1842, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1843

What ought the reformed presbyterians and the original seceders to do now?, Edinburgh, 1846

The representative character of Christ and Adam: being critical dissertations on Romans 6:1-11 and 12-14, containing a corrected punctuation and translation of verse 14, Edinburgh, 1847

The duty of the state in relation to the Sabbath, Edinburgh , John Johnstone, 1848

Historical notices of the ecclesiastical divisions in Scotland, with suggestions for re-union, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

A letter to the editor of the “Scottish Presbyterian magazine” containing remarks on a review of “Historical notices of ecclesiastical divisions in Scotland, with suggestions for re-union”, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

A letter to the Rev. M. Murray, Glasgow, showing that the principles of original seceders, in relation to national covenants, grounds of ecclesiastical separation and exclusive denominational communion, are untenable, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1853

Letters on Christian communion, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1856

Aphorisms : demonstrating the spiritual independence of the church and the proper mission of the state, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1861
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 12/3/1864, minister of the gospel in Colmonell in co. of Ayr, Inventory, Ayr Sheriff Court, NRS SC6/44/30

 

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LANDSBOROUGH, DAVID, Senior

 

Publications – by him

Arran, a poem in six cantos, Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1828

New Statistical Account, November, 1837, Stevenston, Vol. 5, Ayr, p.426

On the History and Habits of the Rook, Corvus frugilegus, Linn in Annals And Magazine of Natural History, 1843

On the fructification of Polysiphonia parasitica, Grev, in Annals And Magazine of Natural History, 1844

On the fructification of Gloiosiphonia capillaris, Carm in Annals And Magazine of Natural History, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth endowment, 24th April, 1845 NRS GD112/51/183; Sites, 25th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/217

Notice of some rarities found on the West Coast of Scotland in Annals And Magazine of Natural History, 1845

Treasures of the deep, or, Specimens of Scottish sea-weeds, Natural order, algae, Glasgow, Bryce, 1847

Arran, a poem in six cantos, and excursions to Arran, with reference to the natural history of the island, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1848

Account of a dredging excursion in the Frith of Clyde and List of zoophytes found in the West of Scotland in Proceedings of the Philosophical Society of Glasgow, Vol.2, 1844-1848, Glasgow, Richard Griffin & Co., 1848

Excursions to Arran, Ailsa Craig, and the two Cumbraes, with reference to the natural history of these islands, to which are added, directions for laying out seaweeds, and preparing them for the herbarium, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

Popular history of British zoophytes, London, Reeve, 1852

A Popular History of British Seaweeds: Comprising Their Structure, Fructification, Specific Characters, Arrangement, and General Distribution, with Notices of Some of the Fresh-water Algae, London, L. Reeve, 1857

Tours in Arran, David Landsborough, father and son, Ardrossan, Arthur Guthrie, 1870?

Arran: Its Topography, Natural History, and Antiquities, by the Landsboroughs, with a memoir of Dr Landsborough, A. Guthrie, Ardrossan, 1875

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.396, The benefits of religious converse, and the blessings promised to those who engage in it, Malachi 3:16-17
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 16/12/1854, Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, at Saltcoats, Inventory, Ayr Sheriff Court, NRS SC6/44/22

Court of Session Extracted Processes: Interim decreet of reduction and removing etc, Margaret MacLauchlan v the Rev David Landsborough and Peter Barclay on behalf of the Kirk Session of Stevenston, March, 1828, NRS CS44/146/42

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.2, p. 460

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.32, George Simonds Boulger, Landsborough, David

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, James H. Price, Landsborough [formerly McLandsborough], David (1779–1854), Free Church of Scotland minister and naturalist

David Landsborough, father and son, Fred Woodward, Porcupine Newsletter, Vol.3 (5), 1985.

 

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LANDSBOROUGH, DAVID, Junior

 

Publications – by him

Tours in Arran, David Landsborough, father and son, Ardrossan, Arthur Guthrie, 1870?

Arran and how to see it, Ardrossan, Arthur Guthrie, 1871

“He fell asleep”, a sermon by the late Rev. Robert Campbell Lindsay, minister of the Free Church, Tarbolton, with biographical notice by the Rev. D. Landsborough, Kilmarnock, and extracts from the funeral sermon preached by the Rev. Neil Livingston, Stair, Ayr, Robert Maclehose, 1872

The early history of Arran, Paisley, J. & J. Cook, 1873

Arran: Its Topography, Natural History, and Antiquities, by the Landsboroughs, with a memoir of Dr Landsborough, A. Guthrie, Ardrossan, 1875

Contributions to local history, Kilmarnock, Dunlop & Drennan, 1879
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 12/2/1913, LL.D., Henderson Manse, 52 London Road, Kilmarnock, d. 22/11/1912 at Kilmarnock, testate, Kilmarnock Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC7/28/5; Kilmarnock Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC7/30/10

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Landsborough alias Porteous, Jessie Stoddart, 23/4/1857, wife of Rev. David Landsborough of Kilmarnock, daughter of late James Porteous, Esquire, of Monkland, I and Trust Disposition and S, Ayr Sheriff Court, NRS SC6/44/24

David Landsborough, father and son, Fred Woodward, Porcupine Newsletter, Vol.3 (5), 1985.

 

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LEWIS, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Defence of ecclesiastical establishments, in reply to the Rev. Andrew Marshall’s letter to the Rev. Andrew Thomson, Edinburgh, 1830

The Christian duty of the electors of magistrates, and of the elected, a discourse delivered 3rd November,1833, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1833

Lecture on the lawfulness of the state forming a connection with the church, and the right of the civil magistrate to expend the public funds in support of the church, in answer to alleged objections, Edinburgh, Fraser & Co., 1835

The Church of Scotland obeying the law of the land and the law of God, in her present opposition to the Civil Courts, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

The race course tried and condemned for cruelty and immorality, Edinburgh, 1841

Finance of the Free Church of Scotland, suggestions on the principles of distribution, for the consideration of the fathers and brethren of the Free Assembly, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

The crisis and preparation, with directions to the collectors of congregational and parochial associations, delivered at the formation of St. John’s Congregational Association, Leith, Leith, W.S. Sutherland, 1843

An entire Sabbath, or no Sabbath, a discourse, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

Indian government past and prospective in relation to Christianity, a plea for more than a negative Christian policy, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1858

The necessity and mercy plea for Sabbath trains tried and disposed of, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, between 1850 and 1859?

Biography of the late John Coldstream, M.D., F.R.C.P.E, secretary of the Medical Missionary Society of Edinburgh, John Hutton Balfour, with an introduction by the Rev. James Lewis, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1865

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.145, The Christian’s Obligation to Live Separate from the World; p.173, Some Additional Remarks on the Christian’s Obligation to Live Separate from the World; 2nd series, Vol.1, The Parable of the Two Sons pp. 376 and 393; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.321, Self-dedication to Christ Enjoined

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.577, Universal redemption subversive of the assurance of salvation
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 6/6/1872, Dr, Senior Minister of Saint John ‘s Free Church in Leith, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/158

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Lewis or Wyld, Marion 8/2/1897, Dean Park Crescent, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. Doctor James Lewis, Minister of St John’s Free Church, Leith, d. 14/12/1896 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/35; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/29

 

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LONGMUIR, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

The college, and other poems, Edinburgh, 1825

Bible lays, consisting of paraphrases and illustrations of passages of Scripture, together with a few miscellaneous pieces, Aberdeen, Lewis Smith, 1838

Dunnottar Castle, its ruins and historical associations, Aberdeen, Lewis Smith 1842

Christ’s kingdom, and its antagonist, a sermon delivered John’s Church, Edinburgh, on 20th November 1842, before the Edinburgh Church of Scotland Abstinence Association, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 1843

The Anchor of the Soul, a Sermon on Hebrews 6:19, South Shields, H. McColl, 1845,

Sabbath Sailing, Newcastle, W. & J. Bell, 1846

Transubstantiation and the Mass, being one of a series of discourses delivered by appointment of the Free Presbytery of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, G. and R. King, 1851

Speyside, its picturesque scenery and antiquities, with occasional notices of its geology and botany, Aberdeen, Lewis and James Smith, 1860

Lays for the Lambs, or original hymns for sabbath schools and families, Edinburgh, Scottish Tract and Book Society, 1860

Recollections of the Rev. John Ballantyne, an address delivered at a soirée on opening the New United Presbyterian Church, Stonehaven, Edinburgh, A. Elliot, 1862

The water and the blood, Aberdeen, Wagrell, 1862

Ocean Lays, or the sea, the ship, and the sailor, in a series of poems, chiefly selected, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter and Co., 1864

The comet of 1858, the unveiling of the memorial statue, and the shipwrecked sailor’s photograph, together with a few other occasional poems, Aberdeen, G. Davidson, 1865

Helenore; or, the fortunate Shepherdess, a Poem in the Broad Scotch Dialect, edited by John Longmuir, Edinburgh, W. P. Nimmo, 1866

Walker and Webster combined in a dictionary of the English language, London, William Tegg, 1877

Jamieson’s dictionary of the Scottish language; in which the words are explained in their different senses, authorized by the names of the writers by whom they are used, or the titles of the works in which they occur, and derived from their originals, abridged by John Johnston, revised and enlarged, by John Longmuir, Edinburgh, William P. Nimmo, 1867

The Free United Church, a humble contribution towards union, Aberdeen, James Murray, 1867

The Maydyn Stane of Bennachie: Wyth Incydentale Mentyowne of Uthir Standande Stanys of Antyqwytey, Aberdeen, James Murray, 1869

A run through the land of Burns and the Covenanters, Aberdeen, W. Lindsay, 1872

Bible lays, or, Paraphrases and illustrations of passages of Scripture, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Publishing Company, 1877

Rhythmical index to the English language, an index to all the perfect rhymes of a different orthography, and allowable rhymes of a different sound, throughout the language, with authorities for the usage of them from our best poets, London, William Tegg & Co., 1877. Later edition: here, Edwards, 1874

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.448, Sacred Poetry: “The Voice of Love;”; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.293, The Resurrection of the Body; 2nd series, Vol.3, p.185, Repentance; p.372, Praise to Jehovah; p.637, No More Sea; p.644, Christian Watchfulness

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.150, Prayer in the storm
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Longmuir

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 25/5/1883, A.M., LL.D., senior minister, Commerce Street Free Church, formerly Mariners Free Church, Aberdeen, d. 07/05/1883 at Aberdeen, testate, father of Elizabeth Milne Longmuir, Extract Inventory, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC1/36/92; 30/5/1883, Will, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC1/37/91

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Longmuir or Dixon, Dorothy Hawthorn, 7/11/1904, Reidhaven Street, Elgin, widow, d. 11/08/1904 at Elgin, testate, Elgin Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC26/39/28; Elgin Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC26/38/18

Dr John Longmuir in The Bards of Bon Accord, William Walker, Aberdeen, 1887

 

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LORIMER, JOHN GORDON

 

Publications – by him

The poor man’s church defended, or, Popular objections answered, Glasgow, 183-?

On Sabbath Profanation, Prevailing forms of the desecration of the Lord’s Day, and the duty of Christians in regard to them, being a discourse on Nehemiah 13:15-22, Glasgow, 1830?

Church pamphlets, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1832-35

On the restoration of the Jews to their own land, and conversion to the faith of Christ, Edinburgh, John Hamilton, 1832

Church establishments defended, being a review of the speeches delivered in Dr. Beattie’s chapel, on Monday evening, the 12th November, 1832, by the leading men of the Voluntary Church Association, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1832

The past and present condition of religion and morality in the United States of America, an argument not for voluntary, but for established churches, 1833

On the perpetuity and safety of the church of Christ, a sermon preached on Sunday afternoon, 24th November, 1833, Glasgow, 1833

A second defence of church establishments, being a second review of the speeches, delivered in Dr. Beattie’s Chapel, on Monday evening, the 12th November, 1832, by the leading men of the Voluntary Church Association, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1833

Speech delivered at the meeting held in St. George’s Church, Glasgow, 1833, for the purpose of forming a society for promoting the interests of the Church of Scotland, Glasgow?, 1833

The probable effects of the dissolution of the connection between the church and the state, in relation to the religious interests of Great Britain, illustrated by the past and present condition of America, with an exposure of statements by the Rev. J.G. Lorimer, Glasgow, Henry Wilkes, Edinburgh, Wardlaw, 1835

Defence of Church Establishments, Glasgow, W.R McPhun, 1835

The theology of Peter Dens, with all its immoral and persecuting principles, proved to be the text book of the present Roman Catholic priesthood of Ireland, Glasgow Protestant Association, 1835

On the doctrine held by the Protestant churches on the question of civil establishments of religion, the opinions of the leading reformers and divines, during successive periods, the rise and progress of voluntary church principles, especially the Seccession Church, with an analysis of their demoralizing effects in the present day, the difference between the principles of modern voluntaries, and voluntary liberality in support of religion, Glasgow, 1835

Church establishments defended, or, “Church and state in America “, exposed and answered, London, Burns, 1835

Lectures on church subjects, Scotland, 1835-47

Lecture on the excellence of the parochial economy, and its fitness to promote the ends of a scriptural union between church and state, Edinburgh, Fraser & Co., 1835

Lectures on popery, Lecture VII, Popery the enemy of knowledge, Impairs the intellectual powers, no private judgment, ignorance cherished, being essential to the system, Glasgow, William Collins, 1836

The Book of Family Prayer, a guide to devotion, prefatory essay on family worship by J. G. L., Glasgow, 1838

A letter to the friends, in Scotland, of God’s ancient people, the Jews, including a correspondence with Dr. Herschel, the Chief Rabbi of the Jewish synagogues in London, with an appendix, containing a letter to the Rev. J.G. Lorimer of Glasgow, Henry Innes, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1838

Official documents relative to the encouragement of idolatry in the East Indies by the British government, respectfully recommended to Church of Scotland, 1838, Glasgow, Edward Khull, 1838

Sketch of the recent religious revivals in the churches of the Reformation, between 1830 and 1839

The Christian’s armour against infidelity, with notes and illustrations by John G. Lorimer., Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1839

Supplement to the article “Glasgow”, from the New Statisical Account of Scotland, 1840?

The statistics of Scottish moderateism, Glasgow, 1841?

The eldership of the church of Scotland, the divine authority of the office, the duties and qualifications, popular mode of appointment, historical and practical views, Glasgow, William Collins, 1841

Why were the Strathbogie ministers deposed? , Glasgow, 1841?

The Church of Scotland not a rebel, or, Evangelical religion in all ages falsely charged with insubordination to civil authority, Glasgow, 1841

An historical sketch of the protestant Church of France, with parallel notices of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1841

Manual of presbytery, comprising Presbyterianism the truly primitive and apostolic constitution of the Church of Christ, by S. Miller, and The character and advantages of presbyterianism ascertained by facts, by J.G. Lorimer, Edinburgh, 1842

The deaconship, a treatise, with suggestions for its revival in the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1842

Who are guilty of the sin of schism – those who withdraw from or those who remain in the Establishment?, Glasgow, 1843

The Christian’s armour against infidelity, a collection of tracts by distinguished writers, with a preliminary essay by J.G. Lorimer, Glasgow, 1843

The past History and future destiny of Israel, as unfolded in the eighth and succeeding chapters of the Book of Daniel, Robert Wodrow, with a preliminary essay by J. G. Lorimer, Glasgow, 1844

First report of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Free Church, for corresponding with foreign churches, and aiding them in their evangelical operations and trials, signed, John G. Lorimer, Convener, Glasgow, William Collins & Co., 1844

The Claims of the Free Church of Scotland to the sympathy of American Christians, Thomas Smyth, with a prefatory note by J. G. Lorimer, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 27 April, 1844, Against dissenters’ property bill, NRS GD112/74/825

The old orthodox faith superior to modern opinions, or, Truth and error surveyed in the light of history & fact, a short treatise for the times, Glasgow, W. R. McPhun, 1847

The Protestant or the Popish Sabbath?, a word of warning from the word of prophecy, and the history of the Christian church, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

The righteous man taken away from the evil to come, a tribute to the memory of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D., Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1847

Canton de Vaud, an account of the evangelical movement in Canton de Vaud, Switzerland, headed by a letter from the Convener of the Committee for corresponding with Continental Churches, John G. Lorimer, Glasgow?, 1848

Christian loyalty, a sermon, preached on the Lord’s Day after her Majesty’s visit to the city of Glasgow, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1849

Lecture, the past history of infidelity, character of infidel writings, between 1840 and 1849

What is the Theology fitted to cure the evils of the present time?, a discourse delivered in the Evangelical School of Theology at Geneva, Jean Henri Merle D’Aubigné, with a prefatory note by J. G. Lorimer, Glasgow, 1853

Select Sermons, Thomas Chalmers, prefatory tribute by John G. Lorimer, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1859

The recent great religious awakening in America, Glasgow, 1859

Campbell’s Summary of the evidences; Leslie on deism; Watson’s Apology for the Bible, with preface by J.G. Lorimer, Glasgow, 1859

The Act of Toleration, London, W. Kent & Co., 1862

The departure of the Saviour to the many mansions, and his promised return to receive his people to himself, a sermon preached in the West Free Church, Helensburgh, on the 29th of January, on the death of the Rev. John Anderson, with a sketch of his life and character, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun and Son, 1867?

Lectures on Protestantism. No. 12, The character of popery, illustrated in the foreign missions of the church of Rome, Glasgow, E. Khull

On Sabbath profanation: prevailing forms of the desecration of the Lord’s Day and the duty of Christians in regard to them, Glasgow, W. R. M’Phun

Collected papers of Rev. John G. Lorimer, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1829-68

New Statistical Account, Glasgow, Vol.6, p.901

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.85, The Difficulties of the Priestly Office; Vol.1, p.397, On the Restoration of the Jews to their own land and Conversion to the Faith of Christ
Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.217, The advent of the Lord ushered in amidst the shakings of the nations; Vol.3, p.109, On the Perpetuity and Safety of the Church of God; Vol.4, p.349, Religious Patriotism exemplified in the History of Nehemiah

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, The Protestant Church of France, pp., 555; p.603, 603, 662; Vol.2, pp. 166, 316, 523, 598, 758; Vol.3, pp. 44, 309, 758, 794; 2nd series, Vol.1, pp. 7, 36, 102, 118, 229, 244, 349, 438, 463 and 484

2nd series, Vol.1, p.217, On the Duty of Masters to Servants, pp. 217 and 390; p.639, The Great Duty of Christian in regard to Sabbath Profanation; 2nd series, Vol.2, p.225, The Manner in which the Lord’s Day should be observed; 2nd series, Vol.3, The Pretensions of Modern Infidelity, Tested by Facts, pp.593, 593 and 609

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 51; 58; 206; 252; 259 ; 411; 487; 509; 757 and 888. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 9/12/1868, D.D., minister of Free St. David’s Congregation, Glasgow, I, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/60; Revd, R of D and minister in Glasgow, spouse of Jane Campbell Lorimer, Trust Disposition and Settlement, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/54

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Lorimer or Campbell, Jane, 11/11/1881, residing in Glasgow, widow of the Rev. Dr John Gordon Lorimer, Minister there, d. 08/09/1881 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/97; Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/83

Sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the Rev. John G. Lorimer, by Rev. Robert Buchanan, Rev. Alexander Duff and Rev. Samuel Miller, to which are added the last sermons delivered by Dr. Lorimer, being those he preached on the Sabbath prior to his death, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun & Son, 1868

Defence of the American ecclesiastical statistics, put forth by the Voluntary Church Magazine, in a letter to the Reverend John G. Lorimer, Glasgow, David Robertson, 1833

Crichton-Miller family papers: Photographs of members of the Lorimer family, 1859-1888, NRS GD1/1285/44

 

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LUMSDEN, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, March, 1843, Barrie, Vol.11, Forfar, p.659

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against dissenters’ property bill, 9 May, 1844, NRS GD112/51/168

Claim of the Romish Church to infallibility, Dundee, W. Middleton, between 1840 and 1849?

Speeches on the education question, delivered in their respective presbyteries, with others, Perth, James Dewar & Son, 1850

Sweden, its religious state and prospects, with some notices of the revivals and persecutions which are at present taking place in that country, London : James Nesbit & Co, 1855

Infant baptism: its nature and objects, Edinburgh, Shepherd & Elliot, 1856

Correspondence: Rev. Professor Lumsden to Rev. George Laing, Edinburgh, 1856

The difference in principle between the Free Church and the establishment, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1858

Report of a mission of inquiry to Lebanon in 1870, undertaken at the request of the Foreign Missions Committee of the Free Church of Scotland and the Lebanon Schools Committee, with Alexander Duff, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1870

The unity of the church, a lecture delivered in the Free Church College, Aberdeen, at the opening of the session 1871-72, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1871

Sermons preached in the Free West Church, Aberdeen, on Sabbath 5th May, 1872, being the Sabbath after the funeral of the Rev. Alex. D. Davidson D.D., with George Smeaton, Aberdeen, D. Wyllie & Son, 1872

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.433, The duty or nations to the church, and their danger in neglecting it., Isaiah 9:12
 

Publication – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James Lumsden

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 31/12/1875, Dr, residing at No.34 Bonaccord Terrace in Aberdeen Principal of the Free Church College, Extract Inventor, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC1/36/77

Letter to the Rev. James Lumsden, containing remarks upon his speech on the covenants, delivered in the Free Church Presbytery of Arbroath, William White, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 1850

Infant baptism, according to the word of God and confession of faith, a review of the theory of professor Lumsden in his treatise of ‘Infant baptism’, Alexander Hislop, Edinburgh, 1856

Baptism, a sign and seal of the covenant of grace, with strictures on the recent pamphlets of Mr. Lumsden and Mr. Hislop, John Montgomery, Edinburgh, Shepherd & Elliot, 1857

Unto the Venerable the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland: the petition of the undersigned… concerns a dispute within the Free Church of Scotland relating to James Lumsden’s publication “Infant baptism, its nature and objects”, Alexander Hislop, Edinburgh, Andrew Jack, 1860

Two sermons preached in the Free East Church, Aberdeen, on the 24th October, 1875, the Sabbath after the funeral of the Rev. Principal Lumsden, William Wilson and James Selkirk, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1875

Principal Lumsden: a memorial and estimate, John Rae, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1876

 

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MACAULAY, GEORGE

 

Publications – by him

Times of revival, or “The nature, desirableness and means of revival in religion”, a discourse preached in Invertiel Free Church, on Sabbath 14th November, 1858, Edinburgh, John Menzies, and Andrew Elliot, 1858?

The Lord’s law and day: a review of Dr. Macleod’s speech, with criticisms on a sermon preached in the cathedral by Rev. G.S. Burns, and a statement of the views of Calvin, Luther, Beza, &c., Glasgow, Thomas Murray & Son, 1866

Free Church principles: an appeal to the people, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

The old theology and the new, a discourse preached before the Free Church Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, on the 10th October, 1871, Glasgow, 1871

Puritan theology; or, Law, grace, and truth, discourses, Glasgow, Francis Orr and Sons, 1872: Vol.1 and Vol.2

Pastor and people, a ministerial charge and directory, Glasgow, Francis Orr and Sons, 1872

Professor Smith’s obligations to Dr. Kuenen indicated, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmell, 1876

“Presbyters’s” defence of Professor Smith examined, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmell, 1876

Behaviour in the house of God, a synod sermon, Edinburgh 1879

Marriage, animal worship and divine worship in Israel, according to Professor Smith, Edinburgh, 1880?

“Hebrew language and literature”: Professor Robertson Smith’s new ideas considered, Edinburgh, George Adam Young & Co., 1880

Modern criticism, being an examination of the speech delivered by Professor Robertson Smith at the meeting of the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on the 27th October, 1880, Glasgow, D. Bryce, 1881
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 28/8/1895, Rev., Fairfield, Burntisland, d. 22/03/1895 at Burntisland, testate, Cupar Sheriff Court, NRS SC20/50/73; Ext. Reg. Mutual Trust Disposition and Settlement, Cupar Sheriff Court, NRS SC20/50/73

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Macaulay or Fair, Harriet, 28/8/1895, wife of Rev. George Macaulay, Fairfield, Burntisland, d. 16/02/1895 at Burntisland, testate, Cupar Sheriff Court, NRS SC20/50/73

 

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MACBEAN, FRANCIS

 

Publications – by him

Leth-cheud ceist, mu phriomh theagasgaibh agus dhleasdanasaibh an t-Soisgeul, le freagraibh o na sgriobtairean, air son sgoilean Sabaid na Gaelteachd [Catechism on the Principal Doctrines and Duties of the Gospel], translated from English by Francis MacBean, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1828

An leabhar: air son na ceud bhuidhne anns na sgoilibh Gae’lach glusadach, Edinburgh, Gaelic School Society, 1831

Leabhar: air son nan dara bhuidhnean anns na sgoilibh Gaelach gluasadach, Edinburgh, Gaelic School Society, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth endowment, 18th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/178; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 30th March, 1854, Education, NRS GD112/74/838

Leabhar: air son nan dara buidhean anns na sgoilibh Gae’lach gluasadach, Edinburgh, Gaelic School Society, 1850

An leabhar: air son na ceud bhuidhnibh anns na sgoilibh Gaelach glusadach, Edinburgh, Gaelic School Society, 1851

Eaglaisean cleireil ann an Stàitean America, Stirling, P. Drummond, 1855

Cumha leis an Urramach Fraing Mac Bheathain, an déigh Bàs a Mhna, Flòri Chaimbeall, Edinburgh?, 1856
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 14/12/1869, Minister of the Free Church at Fort Augustus, Inverness Sheriff Court, NRS SC29/44/14

 

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MACBETH, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Pastoral address by the Presbytery of Arbroath, to the congregations under their charge : appointed to be circulated throughout the parishes within the bound, and recommended to be read from the pulpits, on Sabbath, 1st August 1841, signed at the end James Macbeth, Moderator., Dundee, printed at the Warder office, 1841

The Bible argument for a Free Church; or the divine rights of Christ’s people, and the true form of Church government, determined by the word of God, with remarks on Puseyism, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1843

The church and the slaveholder, or, Light and darkness : an attempt to prove, from the word of God and from reason, that to hold property in man is wholly destitute of divine warrant, is a flagrant crime, and demands excommunication : earnestly and respectfully addressed to the members of the approaching assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, and to the churches generally, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 18–?

No fellowship with slaveholders: a calm review of the debate on slavery, in the Free Assembly of 1846, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, C. Ziegler, 184-?

Morrisonianism refuted, Scotland?, 1844?

Morisonianism still farther refuted, in a letter to the Rev. E. Kennedy, of Paisley, Paisley?, Alex. Gardner, between 1840 and 1849

Morisonianism still farther refuted, in a third letter to the Rev. E. Kennedy, of Paisley, Paisley?, Alex. Gardner, between 1840 and 1849

The claims of the Sabbath: its moral nature, its divine and perpetual authority, its incalculable importance to men in general, and to the working classes in particular, Glasgow, D. Bryce, 1847

Reply to the Rev. James Gibson’s synod speech, Glasgow, Andrew Aird, 1849

Speech of the Rev. James Macbeth, in reply to the speech of Rev. Dr. Buchanan, delivered on Thursday, April 26, before the Free Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, Glasgow, Andrew Aird, 1849
 

Publications – about him

The great controversy, exhibited in a series of letters, addressed to various authors & preachers in Scotland, Alexander C. Rutherford, Glasgow, Gallie, 1846

Letter second, to the Rev. James Macbeth, in answer to his tract entitled `Morrisonianism refuted’, Alexander C. Rutherford, 1846

Case of the Rev. James Macbeth, of Laurieston Free Church, Glasgow, Edinburgh?, 1849

A real statement of the secret and concluding debate in the Assembly on Mr. Macbeth’s case, Glasgow, Peter Mackenzie & Co., 184-?

 

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M’CORCKLE, ROBERT

 

Publications – by him

Lectures on church establishments : on the parochial system of the Church of Scotland as essential to the christianization of the country – its effects in the best periods of the church – the departure from this system a leading cause of the spiritual ignorance and infidelity of the present day : the necessity of carrying out the principles of this economy, and working the churches and the schools, in connection with the establishment, co-extensive with the population, Lecture 8, Glasgow, William Collins, 1835

Letters, Kirkwall, Orkney and Glasgow, between William Brown, Robert McCorkle and James Gibson, regarding the Scottish Guardian, Glasgow, E. Khull, 1836?

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth grant, 26th April, 1845 NRS GD112/51/185

Reasons for reform in the communion of the Free Church, with an appendix containing form of synodical and presbyterian visitations, approved by the Free Synod of Stirling, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1852

The tombstones of the Scottish martyrs, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1858

The Scottish reformation: its testimony against popery and prelacy, and the periods of revival that have occurred in connexion with the history of the testimony, Edinburgh, James Wood, 1863

The National Covenant of Scotland, or, The national testimony against popery: an exposition of its statements; and a defence of its principles as applicable to present times, Edinburgh, James Wood, 1865

The danger arising to Scottish religion and liberties from the existing condition of the Church of England, Glasgow, W.R. M’Phun & Son, 1868

The Council at Rome and the claims of Popedom, Glasgow, McPhun & Son, 1870

The need of ordained home missionaries for Scotland, Edinburgh, Maclaren and Macniven, 1874

The need of national revival of religion: the coming glory of the Church and the heavenly rest, three discourses, Edinburgh, John Maclaren & Son, 1879

The nature, evidence, and blessedness of love to the saviour, and Christ’s gift of peace to his disciples, two discourses, Edinburgh, John Maclaren & Son, 1882
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Robert McCorkle.

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 25/6/1883, Minister, Free Church, St Ninians, d. 18/04/1883 at St Ninians, intestate, Inventory, Stirling Sheriff Court, NRS SC67/36/78

Inventories, Wills, etc.: MacCorkle or Bannatyne, Mary Stewart, 4/11/1890, 31 Smith Street, Hillhead, Glasgow, widow, d. 30/05/1890 at Glasgow, intestate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/130

 

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M’COSH, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

The Wheat and the Chaff Gathered Into Bundles: A Statistical Contribution Towards the History of the Recent Disruption, Perth, J. Dewar, 1843

Does the Established Church acknowledge Christ as its Head? This question answered by the official statements of the judges and statesmen of the land, and the recent acts of the Established Church, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1846

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 3rd June, 1846, NRS GD112/51/219

Chair of moral philosophy in the University of Edinburgh, application from the Rev. James McCosh, 1852

The necessity for an intermediate system of education between the national schools and colleges of Ireland, in letters addressed to his excellency the Earl of St. Germains, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, Belfast, John Shepherd, 1854

Typical Forms and Special Ends in Creation, James McCosh and George Dickie, New York, Robert Carter, 1857

The Ulster Revival and Its Physiological Accidents. A Paper Read Before the Evangelical Alliance, September 22, 1859, Belfast, C. Aitchison, 1859

The Supernatural in Relation to the Natural, New York, Robert Carter & Bros., 1862

Welsh: Dirgelion y Bibl, pa fodd yr ydym i weithredu yn mherthynas iddynt [Mysteries of the Bible], at yr hyn y dodwyd pregeth, heb fod yn argraffedig o’r blaen, ar Ddyn yn atteb dyben ei greadigaeth yn y Cristion, translated by Morris Davies and John Roberts, Caernarfon, David Williams, 1862

Letter: 1862 July 18, Queen’s College, Belfast, to David Laing, 1862

The complete works of Stephen Charnock, B.D., with introduction by James McCosh, LL.D., Edinburgh, 1864

Outlines of moral philosophy, Dugald Stewart, with a memoir, a supplement, and questions, by James M’Cosh, London, William Allan & Co., 1864

The imagination, its use and abuse in Lectures delivered before the Young Men’s Christian Association, 1845-1865, Vol.12, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1850-1865

The intuitions of the mind inductively investigated, London, Macmillan and co., 1865

Christ the Way, the Truth, and the Life: a sermon on John 14:6, London, Jackson, Walford and Hodder, 1867

The Duty of Irish Presbyteriane to Their Church at the Present Crisis in the Sustentation of the Gospel Ministry, Belfast, C. Aitchison, 1868

Philosophical Papers: I.–Examination of Sir W. Hamilton’s Logic. II.–Reply to Mr. Mill’s Third Edition. III.–Present State of Moral Philosophy in Britain, London, Macmillan and Company, 1868

Inauguration of James McCosh as president of the College of New Jersey, Princeton. October 27, 1868, New York, R. Carter and brothers, 1868

Discussions in Europe as to Academic Teaching: being the inaugural lecture at Princeton College, New Jersey, London, MacMillan, 1869

Lessons derived from the plant: The baccalaureate sermon, preached before the College of New Jersey, June 26, 1870, Princeton, N.J.: Stelle & Smith, 1870

Outline of Sir William Hamilton’s philosophy, a textbook for students, J. Clark Murray, with an introduction by James McCosh, New York, Sheldon and Co., 1870

Christianity and positivism: a series of lectures to the times on natural theology and apologetics, New York, Carter, 1871

Unity with diversity in the works and words of God: The baccalaureate sermon preached before the College of New Jersey, June 25, 1871, Princeton, Stelle & Smith, 1871

Questions of modern thought, or, Lectures on the Bible and infidelity, Philadelphia, Ziegler & McCurdy, 1871

The laws of discursive thought, being a text-book of formal logic, New York, R. Carter & Brothers, 1873

The Tercentenary book, commemorative of the completion of the life and work of John Knox, of the Huguenot martyrs of France, and the establishment of presbytery in England, with others, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1873

Ideas in nature overlooked by Dr. Tyndall, being an examination of Dr. Tyndall’s Belfast address, New York, R. Carter and brothers, 1875

The Scottish philosophy, biographical, expository, critical, from Hutcheson to Hamilton, New York, R. Carter, 1875

Wood’s Bible animals: a description of the habits, structure, and uses of every living creature mentioned in the Scriptures, J.G. Wood; to which are added articles on evolution, by James McCosh, Philadelphia, Bradley, Garretson & Co., 1875

The Development Hypothesis: Is it Sufficient?, New York, R. Carter and brothers, 1876

Notes on psychology from lectures given by James McCosh, Princeton, N.J., William S. Sharp, 1880

The emotions, search only, New York, C. Scribner’s sons, 1880

An examination of Mr. J. S. Mill’s philosophy, being a defence of fundamental truth, London, Macmillan and Co., 1880

The method of the divine government, physical and moral, New York, R. Carter and brothers, 1880

The laws of discursive thought, being a text-book for formal logic, search only, New York, R. Carter & Brothers, 1881

Development: Its Nature; What it Can Do and what it Cannot Do, in Christ and modern thought, Boston, Roberts, 1881

Criteria of Diverse Kinds of Truth as Opposed to Agnosticism: Being a Treatise on Applied Logic, New York, Robert Carter and Brothers, 1882

Addresses delivered at the funeral of Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater in the First Presbyterian church, Princeton, N.J. Tuesday, February 20, 1883 [and] a memorial discourse, delivered in the college chapel on the evening of baccalaureate Sunday, June 17, 1883, with others, New York, A.D.F. Randolph Co., 1883

Certitude, Providence, and Prayer, New York, C. Scribner, 1883

The Senses, External and Internal: Being Psychology, Part 1, Cambridge, Riverside Press, 1883

Locke’s theory of knowledge, with a notice of Berkeley, search only, New York, Scribner’s, 1884

Energy, efficient and final cause, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1884

Agnosticism of Hume and Huxley, with a Notice of the Scottish School, New York, Scribner, 1884

A Criticism of the Critical Philosophy, New York, C. Scribner, 1884

Herbert Spencer’s philosophy as culminated in his ethics, New York, C. Scribner, 1885

The new departure in college education, being a reply to President Eliot’s defence of it in New York, search only, New York, C. Scribner’s sons, 1885

German psychology of to-day, the empirical school, Th. Ribot, with a preface by James McCosh, New York, C. Scribner’s sons, c1886

Psychology: the cognitive power, New York, C. Scribner’s sons, c1886,

Lectures Delivered Before the Students of Phillips Exeter Academy, 1885-1886, Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin, 1887

Realistic philosophy defended in a philosophic series, London Macmillan and co., 1887: Vol.1 and Vol.2

Psychology: the motive powers, emotions, conscience, will, New York, Scribner’s, 1887

The religious aspect of Evolution, New York, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1888

Twenty Years of Princeton College, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1888

Problems of American civilization, their practical solution, the pressing Christian duty of to-day, with others, New York, Baker, 1888

Gospel sermons, New York, R. Carter and brothers, 1888

First and fundamental truths: being a treatise on metaphysics, New York, C. Scribner’s Sons, 1889

John Witherspoon and his times, Philadelphia, Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work, 1890

The tests of the various kinds of truth, being a treatise of applied logic, New York, C. Scribner, 1891

The prevailing types of philosophy. Can they logically reach reality!, London, Macmillan & co., 1891

Our Moral Nature: Being a Brief System of Ethics, New York, Scribner, 1892

Philosophy of reality. Should it be favored by America?, New York, Scribner, 1894
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: James McCosh

Disruption Worthies on this website: McCosh, James

Dictionary of National Biography, 1901 supplement, James McMullen Rigg, McCosh, James

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, J. David Hoeveler, McCosh, James

Princeton College bulletin, McCosh Memorial Number, Princeton, 1895. Note especially A list of the published writings of the Rev. James McCosh, by the Rev. Joseph H. Dulles.

The life of James McCosh, a record chiefly autobiographical, New York, C. Scribner’s sons, 1896

Dutch: De intuitieve philosophie van James McCosh, Samuel Volbeda, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans-Sevensma, 1914

James McCosh in Scotland , W. Bruce Leslie, Princeton, Princeton University Library Chronicle, 1974

James McCosh and the Scottish intellectual tradition: from Glasgow to Princeton, J. David Hoeveler, Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton UniversityPress, 1981

James McCosh: the making of a reputation, a study of the life and work of the Rev. Dr. James McCosh in Ireland from his appointment as Professor of Logic and Metaphysics in Queen’s College, Belfast, 1851, to his appointment as President of Princeton College, New Jersey, and Professor of Philosophy, in 1868, William Donald Patton, Queen’s University of Belfast, 1993

The separation of psychology and theology at Princeton, 1868-1903: the intellectual achievement of James McCosh and James Mark Baldwin, Bryan N. Maier, Lewiston, N.Y., Edwin Mellen Press, c2005

Scotch realism: Kant and Darwin in the philosophy of James McCosh, John H. Gerstner

 

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M’CRIE, THOMAS

 

Publications – by him

Life of Thomas McCrie, D.D., Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1840

Sketches of Scottish church history, embracing the period from the Reformation to the Revolution, Edinburgh, J. Johnstone, 1841

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth endowment, 23rd April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/182

The bass rock, its civil and ecclesiastical history, Edinburgh, J. Greig & Son, 1847

The provincial letters of Blaise Pascal, a new translation, with historical introduction and notes by Thomas McCrie, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1847

The life of Mr. Robert Blair, William Row, edited by Thomas McCrie, Edinburgh, Wodrow Society, 1848

Union with the Free Church. Observations upon the pamphlet of the Rev. Matthew Murray on the position, principles and present duty of original seceders; with strictures upon an article, entitled “Dismissal of the Free Church Testimony” contained in the “Original Secession Magazine” for September 1849, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1849

Memoirs of Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnawe, search only, London, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

The supremacy of the Pope, in The truth of God against the papacy, being a course of lectures on popery, delivered in Edinburgh, 1851, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

A treatise of the pope’s supremacy, Isaac Barrow edited by Thomas McCrie, 1852

Thoughts on union with the Free Church of Scotland specially addressed to his own congregation, Edinburgh, 1852

Macaulay on Scotland: a critique [of the passages on Scotland in Macaulay’s “History of England”, by Thomas McCrie the Younger; also attributed to Hugh Miller], Edinburgh, Miller & Fairly, 1853?

Christian friendship, in Sermons by eminent preachers, Edinburgh, Johnson and Hunter, 1853

A manual of the Presbyterian Church in England, London, R.K. Burt, 1859

The story of the ejectment, a lecture delivered at Willis’s Rooms, St. James’s, April 8th, 1862, for the Central United Bartholomew Committee, London, W. Kent & Co., 1862

The love of the Spirit, Romans 15:30, in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 29/6/1875, Doctor of Divinity, residing at No.39 Minto Street in Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/173

Inventories, Wills, etc.: McCrie Mrs, alias Chalmers, Mary, 2/4/1870, relict of Rev. Thomas McCrie, Doctor of Divinity in Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/147; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/125

Obituary notice on this web-site: Thomas McCrie

Disruption Worthies on this website: McCrie, Thomas

Dr. Thomas McCrie, Edinburgh?, 1875

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.35, William Arthur Jobson Archbold, McCrie, Thomas (1797-1875)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, W. A. J. Archbold, revised by Lionel Alexander Ritchie, McCrie, Thomas (1797–1875), ecclesiastical historian and Free Church of Scotland minister

The divinity and atonement of Jesus Christ scripturally expounded: in answer to misrepresentations of unitarian views on those subjects, expoused by Dr. Thomas McCrie, John R. Beard, London, Whitfield, 1858

 

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MACDONALD, JOHN, Ferintosh

 

Publications – by him

Note that a fuller account of John MacDonald’s publications are given in Douglas Somerset’s, Notes on the Literary Labours of the Apostle of the North, Scottish Reformation Society Historical Journal, 2 (2012): 147-165

New Statistical Account, February, 1840, Wester Urquhart and Logie, Vol.14, Ross, p.363

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.3, p.425, Christ the Door of his Church;

He contributed to the Parker Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnote 217 . (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)

Gaelic: Laoidhe spioradal, Donald Matheson, Inverness, 1816, advertisement signed: John MacDonald, John Kennedy

Records of Urquhart Kirk Session: Miscellaneous papers, including: letters (3) from the Rev. John MacDonald, (the apostle of the north), 1814, 1841, the latter 2 relating to a presentation to the new Edinburgh lunatic asylum, NRS CH2/787/15

? Papers of the Sinclair Family of Freswick, Caithness: Copy of religious letters by [Revd] John Macdonald, written whilst in Thurso, 24/12/1823 – 25/10/1825, NRS GD136/552

Journal and report of a visit to the island of St. Kilda at the desire of the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1823

The righteousness of God manifested for the justification of sinners, a sermon, preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, on Thursday, June 2, 1825, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1825

Gaelic: Nadur an duine ‘na staid cheithir-fillte: no staid ceud ionracais, staid truaillidheachd iomlan, staid saorsa air toiseachadh, agus staid sonais no truaighe iomlan[Human nature in its fourfold state], Thomas Boston, translated by G. MacDonald, revised by John MacDonald, Edinburgh, 1825

He revised the the translation of the 1826 Gaelic Bible.

Gaelic: Daoine Air An Comhairleachadh An aghaidi bhi Deanamh Cron Orra Fein. Searmoin, A thugadh seachad an’ inbhirfeoran aig an am an do bhris an galar, da’n goirear an colera, mach sa bhaile, Dingwall, Lewis Munro, “Ross-shire Journal” Office, 1830?

The Christian: an elegy in three parts, translated by John MacLeod, Glasgow, John McNeilage, 1906

The sermon on the mount, Inverness, George Young, 1908
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: Macdonald, John

Notice of Kennedy’s biography of Macdonald on this web-site: John MacDonald, Ferintosh

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Vol.3, p. 18

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.35, William Arthur Jobson Archbold, Macdonald, John (1779-1849)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, W. A. J. Archbold, revised by Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Macdonald, John (1779–1849), Free Church of Scotland minister

Gaelic elegies in memory of Dr John Macdonald, Free Church, Ferintosh; Rev. Alexander Stewart, Cromarty; Mrs Margaret McKay, Reay Country, Sutherlandshire, W. Findlater, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

Gaelic: Marbhrainn, a rinneadh air diadhairibh urramach, nach maireann; agus dàna spioradail eile, Edinburgh, D. R. Collie & Son, 1858

Life of John Macdonald, D.D., ‘the apostle of the North’, Robert Macgregor, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1881

The Apostle of the North, the life and labours of the Rev. John Macdonald, D.D., of Ferintosh, John Kennedy, Inverness, Northern Counties Newspaper and Printing and Publishing Co., 1932

 

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MACDONALD, JOHN, India

 

Publications – by him

Statement of reasons for accepting a call to go to India as a missionary, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1839?

A Pastor’s memorial to his former flock, consisting of sermons and addresses, the relics of a bygone ministry, London : N. H. Cotes, 1842

Isobel Hood’s memoirs and manuscript: being a record of spiritual experience, by a Christian woman in humble life, in letters to her pastor, the late Dr. Ronald Bayne of Kiltarlity, with a sketch of her life, by the Rev. John MacDonald, of the Scottish Mission, Calcutta, Aberdeen, George Cornwall, 1843

The church-eldership, an address given at the ordination of ruling-elders in the Free Church of Scotland, Calcutta, on Lord’s Day, the 30th June, 1844, Calcutta, William Rushton, 1844

The ministration of the Holy Spirit in the Gospel, a discourse (in substance) preached at the admission of the Rev. John Mackail as minister of the congregation of the Free Church of Scotland, in Calcutta, together with the address by John MacDonald, Calcutta, printed at the Baptist Mission Press, 1847

Behold the lamb!, Edinburgh, London, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

Memorial of the late Koilas Chunder Mookerjee, catechist of the Free Church of Scotland, Calcutta, Calcutta, Baptist Mission Press, 1850

What is the theatre?, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851

The oratorio, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851

May I go to the ball?, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851

The suffering saviour: a tract for sinners, originally addressed to a Sabbath school, Edinburgh, Johnstone, Hunter, & Co., 1861

Prayer and care, by the late Edward Bickersteth, including Who would not pray? by the late John Macdonald, Calcutta, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter

Thoughts on time, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

Condemnation, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

The sacrifice, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

The pilgrim’s lot, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

Salvation, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

The wounds of a friend, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

“God of my righteousness”: Psalm 4, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

What is Christianity?, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son

Thoughts on dying, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John MacDonald

A brief memorial of the Rev. John MacDonald, Missionary of the Free C hurch of Scotland, MacLeod Wyllie, Calcutta, Carey and Mendes, 1847

The life of the Rev. John Macdonald, A.M., William King Tweedie, Edinburgh, Johnstone, 1849

Campbell of Kiltearn, with sketches of Dr. Macdonald, Flyter of Alness, McAlister of Nigg, Nobel of Poolewe, Macleod of Lochbroom, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

 

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MACDONALD, ROBERT, Blairgowrie

 

Publications – by him

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 420; 426; 507; 524. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)

A dark night at hand, or, A plain and practical exposition of the two witnesses in the Apocalypse, Dundee, W. Middleton, 1843

Texts for the times, with brief remarks, Dundee, W. Middleton, 1844

Welsh: Nos dywyll gerllaw, neu, Eglurhad ymarferol ar weledigaeth y ddau dyst yn y Datguddiad [A Dark Night at hand], Amlwch, Hugh Hughes, ca.1845

Jesus remembered, or, Brief hints on the Lord’s Supper, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1847?

Lessons for the present from the records of the past; or, Practical and experimental thoughts on Genesis, Edinburgh, 1848

The peculiar prominance given in scripture to the second coming of the Lord, Edinburgh, James Taylor

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 18th March, 1850, Against Mr Wortley’s bill, NRS GD112/74/833; 18th February, 1854, Against popish chaplains to jails, NRS GD112/74/837; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Mr Wortley’s bill, 19th July, 1850, NRS GD112/51/222

Antiquity and perpetuity of the Sabbath, Stirling, Peter Drummond, 1856

Invitation from A. Moody Stuart and Robert Macdonald to ministers of the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh to participate in prayer-meetings for the General Assembly, to be held on May 5 and May 16, 1870, Edinburgh?, John Maclaren, 1870

From day to day; or, Helpful words for Christian life, daily readings for a year, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1879
 

Publications – about him

New Statistical Account, January, 1843, Blairgowrie, Vol.10, p.896

Obituary notice on this web-site: MacDonald, Robert

Disruption Worthies on this website: Macdonald, Robert

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 27/10/1893, D.D., 7 Gloucester Place, Edinburgh, sometime Minister, North Leith Free Church, d. 21/08/1893 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/323; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/271

In memoriam: sermons preached in connection with the death of the Rev. Robert Macdonald, D.D., J. Hood Wilson, D.D. and Thomas Crerar, M.A., Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1893

 

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MACFARLAN, DUNCAN

 

Publications – by him

A treatise on the authority, ends, and observance, of the Christian Sabbath, Glasgow, William Collins, 1832

An address from the Presbytery of Paisley to the Kirk sessions and parishes under their care, signed in name and by appointment of the Presbytery, Andrew Stewart, Moderator, Duncan Macfarlan, Convener of Sabbath Committee, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1832

Letters of Martha Muir, with an introductory memoir by D. Macfarlan, Glasgow, 1833

On the Duty of Prayer as connected with the Day of Fasting, Glasgow, William Collins, 1835

Address to the people of Scotland, with J. J. Bonar; Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Colonial Committee. Print book Language: English Publisher: [Edinburgh?, Church of Scotland, 1836?]

New Statistical Account, January, 1836, Renfrew, Vol.7, Renfrew, p.1

Railway travelling on the Lord’s Day indefensible, Glasgow, William Collins, South Frederick Street, 1841

A concise system of theology on the basis of the shorter catechism, Alexander Smith Paterson, A.M., with an introductory paper, by Duncan Macfarlane, Minister at Renfrew, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1841

The harvest field, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1843

Whether the Church of Scotland is now to be found in the church established by law, or in the Free Protesting Church, Paisley, Alex Gardner, 1843

Tracts for the Times, under the sanction of the Free Protesting Presbytery of Paisley, Paisley, 1843

The church on a rock, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1843

Whether the Free Protesting Church was founded on the resolutions of the convocation, or on those of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Paisley, Alex Gardner, 1843

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth endowment, 18th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/178

The revivals of the eighteenth century, particularly at Cambuslang, with three sermons by the Rev. George Whitefield, taken in short hand, compiled from original manuscripts and contemporary publications by the Rev. D. Macfarlan, London, John Johnstone, 1847

Bible temperance and present duty, addressed particularly to office-bearers and members of the Free church, Edinburgh, 1847

Gaelic: Leabhar aith-ghearr a’ cheasnachaidh , air ‘orduchadh le Co-thional nan Diadhair an Iar-Mhinster, leis an d’aontaich Ard-Chléir Eaglais na h-Alba, agus a shònraicheadh leo-san chum a bhi ‘n a sheòladh ceasnachaidh : air a roinn ‘na earrannan fa leth, le ùr-dhearchaidh on na Sgriobturan [The Shorter Catechism … ], Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1849

The Christian’s great interest, William Guthrie, with preface by Duncan Macfarlan, D.D., of Renfrew, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1850

On the history and arrangement of the Shorter Catechism, 1854

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.14, On the Arrangement Observed in the Assembly’s Shorter Catechism; p.109, History of the Shorter Catechism; John Stevenson, an Ayrshire Christian of the 17th Century, pp. 371, 397 and 413; On Fasting as a Christian Duty pp. 446 and 462; p.465, How a Believer may Know whether his Prayer is to be Heard; All Christians are not Alike, Vol.1, pp. 605, 636, Vol.2, pp. 108, 205, 246, 343, 412; Vol.2, p.66, St Clement; Vol.3, p.22, The Authority of the Sabbath as Observed on the Seventh Day of the Week; p.86, The Authority of the Sabbath as Observed on the First Day of the Week; Prayer Essential to Success in Missions, pp. 312 and 328; On Intoxicating Liquors pp. 406 and 589; Means of Religious Instruction, 2nd series, Vol.1, pp. 212, 278, 301, 596, 629, 652 and 679

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.4, p.469, On the Principle of Revivals in Religion

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.373, The church and the world, Daniel 2:31-35
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 8/7/1853, DD, minister of the Free Church at Renfrew, Paisley Sheriff Court, NRS SC58/42/20

Life and some remains of the late Rev Duncan Macfarlan, of Renfrew, Robert Smith, edited by Robert Craig, Paisley, Alex Gardner, 1856

 

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MCFARLAN PATRICK

 

Publications – by him

A sermon preached on occasion of the death of the late Rev. Dr. Small, one of the ministers of Stirling, on 16th January, 1825, Glasgow, Chalmers and Collins, 1825

Polmont Kirk Session: Papers relating to the proposed enlargement of Polmont parish church, including statement by the minister, Patrick McFarlan, etc., 1819-1828, NRS CH2/1134/90

Records of The Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge: Sermon by Rev. Patrick McFarlan at the anniversary meeting, 1st June, 1826, NRS GD95/13/111

Strictures on the Rev. G. Ewing’s Speech, at the Meeting of the Glasgow Auxiliary Bible Society, etc., Glasgow, M. Ogle, etc., 1826

Answer to “Remarks,” &c. by Rev. Greville Ewing, and to Mr. McGavin’s “Letter” to Rev. P. McFarlan with some observations on the “Circular” of the dissentients from the Glasgow Bible Society, and on Mr. Platt’s letter to Dr. Wardlaw, Glasgow, Maurice Ogle, 1827

Address of the committee of the Glasgow Bible Society to their constituents, in reply to certain statements in publication entitled the Sixteenth Report of the Glasgow Auxiliary Bible Society, Glasgow, W. Lang, 1829

Thoughts on popular election, patronage, and calls, or, An examination of some of the modes of electing to the pastoral office, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1833

Seaforth Papers: Papers relating to churches and schools: Letter by the Rev Patrick McFarlane, Greenock, to J A Stewart Mackenzie, M P, relating to proposed petition by the presbytery of Glasgow against the invasion of Church privileges and general discontent in the Church, 25th August, 1835, GD46/12/72; Letters by Lord John Russell, the Rev Patrick McFarlane, Greenock, and Mr Charles Gore, Home Office, relating to a Scottish Church commission, 1835, NRS GD46/12/74

Letter to the people of Scotland in answer to the “Statement by the central board for vindicating the rights of dissenters”, Edinburgh, John Anderson, June, 1835

A defence of the ministers of the Church of Scotland against the charge of political partisanship, and their duty in the present crisis, Edinburgh, 1837

New Statistical Account, December, 1840, Greenock, Vol.2, p.405

Supplementary Letter to the Friends of the Established Church, being a review of “My Church Politics, by the Rev. N. Morren,” nos. 1, 2 and 3, addressed especially to the inhabitants of Greenock and its vicinity, Edinburgh, Bell and Bradfute, 1842

Lecture on candour in the investigation of religious truth, delivered in the Middle Church, Greenock, on Tuesday, the 8th March 1842, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1842

Letters to the friends of the established church, on the first principles of the church controversy and the nature and effects of the recent judgment of the House of Lords in the Auchterarder case, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1842

To the ministers, elders and other members of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1843

Letter to the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, Bart., on the present state of the Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, James Walker, Edinburgh, 1843

Report of the Speeches delivered at the great Meeting of Scottish Dissenters, Edinburgh, 2d July, 1845, revised by the respective speakers, with an introductory preface, and a letter from the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Free Church, Patrick MacFarlan, Edinburgh, 1845

Pastoral Address of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, met at Edinburgh in the year 1845, to the People under their charge

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth, 16th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/176

The Sins of Youth. The Subjects of Mournful Recollections in Later Years, Greenock, Brown & MacCallum, 1846

Sermons preached by Patrick McFarlan and John Smyth in Free St. John’s Church, Glasgow, Jan. 31st 1847 after the funeral of Dr. Thomas Brown, with a succinct memoir by Dr. McFarlan, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1847

Sermons, chiefly practical by the late Thomas Brown, with a memoir by Patrick Macfarlan, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1849

A vindication of the Church of Scotland: occasioned by the Duke of Argyll’s “Essay on the ecclesiastical history of Scotland”, London, James Nisbet & Co., 1850

The glory of God the instrument of our sanctification, 2 Cor. 3:18, in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.241, The Duty of Imitating God; Vol.2, p.279, The Description and Blessedness of Dying Believers; Vol.3, p.274, The History of King Josiah

He contributed to the Parker Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnote 216 . (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.327, On goodness, Acts 11:24
 

Publications – about him

Disruption Worthies on this website: McFarlan, Patrick

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.35, William Arthur Jobson Archbold, Macfarlan, Patrick

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Macfarlan, Patrick (1781–1849), Free Church of Scotland minister

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 31/1/1850, DD, sometime minister of the parish of Polmont, thereafter of the Free West Kirk, Greenock, Paisley Sheriff Court,NRS SC58/42/18

A Letter to the Rev. Patrick McFarlan, in reply to certain passages in his strictures on Mr. Ewing’s speech; with a few remarks on the Christian Instructor for December 1826, William MacGavin, Editor of “The Protestant”, Glasgow, M. Ogle, etc., 1827

A second letter to the Rev. Patrick McFarlan, containing further replies to his strictures on Mr. Ewing’s speech, with some remarks on the Christian instructor for January 1827, William McGavin, Glasgow, Maurice Ogle, 1827

A third letter to the Rev. Patrick M’Farlan, containing farther remarks on the Christian instructor for January and a reply to Mr. McFarlane’s answer, with a short notice of the Christian instructor for February, William M’Gavin, Glasgow, Maurice Ogle, 1827

A fourth letter to the Rev. Patrick M’Farlan, occasioned by farther misrepresentation in the Christian instructor for March, 1827, William McGavin, Glasgow, Andrew Young, 1827?

His doings detected [i.e. Rev. Patrick McFarlan], in a letter to the churchmen of Greenock, with some remarks on the recent negotiations of the Non-intrusion Committee, Glasgow, 1842

Dialogues on the Church question, with the Rev. Dr. Patrick Macfarlan and others, Nathaniel Morren, Greenock, A. McIver, 1843

A sermon preached in the Free West Church, Greenock, 15th November, 1849, being the first Sabbath after the funeral of the Rev. Dr. Patrick McFarlan, minister of that church, John Smyth, Greenock, J. McKelvie, 1850.

 

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M’GILVRAY, WALTER

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth grant, 5 April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/170

The dead quickened; or, The divine life lost and restored, discourses, Glasgow, William Blackwood, 1845

Expository lectures on the Epistle of Jude, Glasgow, William Blackwood, 1845

Peace in believing, New York, R. Carter, 1848

Peter no Pope: a lecture, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1851

From the Rev. Walter McGilvray, D.D., minister of St. Mark’s Free Church, Glasgow, 1851?

The portable folio family Bible, The Holy Bible, with the commentaries of Scott and Henry, condensed by John Eadie and containing notes, critical and explanatory by Walter McGilvray, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1853

The process of salvation, or, God’s sovereignty and man’s duty, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1856

Going with God, or the True grounds of decision, Aberdeen, A. & R. Milne, 1858

“Is it well with thee?” : or the friendly inquiry, an address for the Times, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1860

The doom of the self-deceived, or, the confident kept out of the kingdom, an address for the times, Glasgow, W. R. McPhun, 1860

The dispossessed repossessed, or The last state worse than the first, an address for the times, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1860

The ancient faith and its modern adversaries, a sermon, Aberdeen, D.Wyllie & Son, 1863

The English challenge and the Scotch reply, being a public discussion on the present phase of the episcopal controversy between the Rev. John Milner, B.A., and the Rev. Walter Macgilvray, D.D., Aberdeen, 1864

The ministry of the word: sermons, London, Hamilton, Adams, 1870

John of the Golden Mouth, preacher of Antioch, and primate of Constantinople, London, J. Nisbet, 1871

Mutual eligibility, or, the hole in the wall, being speech delivered in the City Hall of Glasgow, on Tuesday, 21st January, 1873, Aberdeen, D. Wyllie and Sons, 1873

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.5, p.429, Our Salvation a Great Salvation, and the Sin and Danger of neglecting it; Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.76, The state of the times, and the corresponding duties of the church

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.409, The Sin and Punishment of the Sons of Eli; Vol.2, p.136, The Analogy between the Jubilee and the Gospel; p.232, The Divine Origin and Transcendent Importance of the Gospel
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Walter McGilvray.

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 13/1/1881, D.D., Canaan Grove, Church Lane, Morningside, Edinburgh, formerly Minister, Gilcomston Free Church, Aberdeen, d. 30/06/1880 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/204; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/187

Campbeltown Sheriff Court: Processes – preservation: Rev Walter MacGilvray, minister in Glasgow, presently in Canada, and Hugh MacGilvray of the customs, Wigtown, trustees of the late Malcolm MacGilvray sometime collector of customs at Bo’ness, and Rose and Isabella MacGilvray, residing at Bowmore v (1) Alexander MacDonald (2) Alexander MacGilvray (3) Duncan Buie, all residing at Bowmore, Action concerning heritable property: action for removing, NRS SC50/5/1847/8 and NRS SC50/5/1847/11

A letter to Walter MacGilvray, showing his process of salvation to be a delusion, A.D. Layman, Aberdeen 1857.

Rev. Dr. Walter MacGilvray, Aberdeen, Robert Murdoch Lawrance, 1913.

 

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MACGREGOR, DUNCAN

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 19th March, 1850, Against Mr Wortley’s bill, NRS GD112/74/833

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office: Personal Correspondence: Stornoway, Duncan MacGregor, minister, Free Church, Stornoway, to Breadalbane: Free church has been burned to the ground; new one and a manse are being erected; need for a superior modern school as suggested by Dr Candlish; asks for slates from Easdale, 23rd July, 1850, NRS GD112/74/57

Old truths for a new year, a sermon, London, James Nisbet & Co., between 1840 and 1849?

The Haldanes: A chapter in Scottish church history in Essays by ministers of the Free Church of Scotland, edited by William Hanna, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1858

Thoughts on the Irish revival, Glasgow, D. Bryce, 1859?

The Shepherd of Israel; or, Illustrations of the inner life, London, James Nisbet, 1869

The headship of Christ: what it is, and what it claims, Edinburgh, Maclaren and Macniven, 1871?

Christ’s crown-jewels, Glasgow, 1874

Campbell of Kiltearn, with sketches of Dr. Macdonald, Flyter of Alness, McAlister of Nigg, Nobel of Poolewe, Macleod of Lochbroom, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

Records of Dundee, St Peter’s Church: Parting Words spoken to the Congregation of St. Peter’s by Rev Duncan MacGregor MA, 12th March, 1876, NRS CH3/338/73

? Dundee, St Peter’s United Free Church / St Peter’s Church of Scotland – ‘The Cloud and the Sunshine’ by Rev Duncan MacGregor, St Peter’s Dundee, c. 1900-1945, NRS CH3/338/133
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Duncan MacGregor

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 4/5/1891, sometime F.C. Minister of Hope Street Gaelic Church, Glasgow, thereafter of St Peter’s Free Church, Dundee, latterly of Augustine Free Church, Glasgow, d. 20/02/1891 at Perth, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/13; Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/102; 26/6/1891, First Eik, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/133

Inventories, Wills, etc.: MacGregor or Fleming, Elizabeth Forbes, 24/5/1905, 26 Lynedoch Street, Glasgow, and afterwards 15 Lonsdale Terrace, Edinburgh, widow of Revd Duncan MacGregor, sometime minister of Hope Street Gaelic Church, Glasgow, in connection with the Free Church of Scotland, afterwards Saint Peters Free Church, Dundee, afterwards Augustine Free Church, Glasgow, d. 14/04/1905 at Elie, Fifeshire testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/446; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/366

Records of Dundee, St Peter’s Church: Memorial addressed to the Rev Duncan Macgregor urging him to reject call from Augustine church, Glasgow, 1876, NRS CH3/338/50; Photograph, 12th March, 1876, NRS CH3/338/73

 

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MACGREGOR, GEORGE HOGARTH CARNABY

 

Publications – by him

Days of blessing, addresses delivered by the delegates from the Keswick Conference on the deepening of spirit and life, Toronto, Toronto Willard Tract Depository, between 1883 and 1897

“So Great Salvation”, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1892

A holy life and how to live it, New York, Fleming H. Revell, 1894

Gospel glimpses, or Short studies in the life of Jesus, London, 1895

Labouring in Prayer, A sermon on Colossians 4:12, London, Marshall Bros, 1895

“Who kindled the Fire?”, A religious tract, London, Marshall Bros, 1896

Praying in the Holy Ghost, 1896

The aspirations of the Christian, London, 1897

The Aspirations of the Christian, 1897

‘The things of the Spirit’, the teaching of the Word of God about the Spirit of God, arranged by G.H.C. Macgregor, London, 1898

How to obtain the Blessing of the Fulness of the Holy Ghost, London, Marshall Bros, 1898

The pre-eminence of prayer in connection with missions, London, Marshall Brothers, 1898?

The quiet hour, London, 1899

The all-sufficient Saviour, addresses, London, 1900

The quiet hour, London, S.W. Partridge & Co., 1900?

Spiritual Narrow Escapes, London, Marshall Bros, 1900

The divine intention of sorrow, London, Marshall Brothers, 1900

The resurrection and the life, London, Richmond, 1900

Messages of the Old Testament: Genesis to Chronicles and Joel, London, 1901

‘Rabboni’, or Personal consecration, sermons, London, 1904
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 26/9/1900, of 11 Hanover Terrace, Ladbroke Square, Middlesex, formerly of 5 Westfield Terrace, Aberdeen, Probate of the will, non-Scottish Court, NRS SC70/6/82

George H.C. Macgregor M.A., a biography, Duncan Campbell Macgregor, London , Hodder and Stoughton, 1900

 

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MACGREGOR, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

Three smooth stones from the brook, or, A brief exhibition of the case of Mr James Lamont, the case of the Free Church of Scotland and the case of the church established in Scotland, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1853

A vindication of natural theology, on grounds of reason, scripture, and orthodoxy, with special reference to the Glasgow College case, and the recent publications of Professor Gibson, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1859

Three hundred years ago, a historical sketch of John Knox and the first Scottish Reformation, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliott, 1860

Text-book for youth, Christian doctrine, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1861

The headship of Christ, with special reference to the Disruption church: a prospective, introspective, & retrospective review, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1864

The inspiration of scripture: its nature and extent, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1864

Sabbath question, historical, scriptural and practical, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant, 1866

Memorials of the Rev. Henry M. Douglas, minister of the Free Church Kirkcaldy, Edinburgh, 1867

The competency of theological system, lecture delivered by Professor MacGregor, on entering on the duties of his chair in the New College, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 1868?

The question of principle now raised in the Free Church specially regarding the Atonement, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1870

Professor Macgregor’s speech, including a reply to criticisms on his pamphlet on The question of principle now raised in the Free Church, specially with reference to the atonement, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant, 1870?

India missions: their difficulties, methods, and prospects, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1874

The question of Church property, Edinburgh?, Scottish Disestablishment Association, 1874?

Notes on the disestablishment question: specially in relation to the Highlands, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

Stéidheachadh na h-eaglais leis an stat: gu h-àraidh a thaobh na Gaidhealtachd , [The establishment of the church by the state: especially in regard to the Highlands], Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

Disestablishment and the Highlands, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

The Epistle to the Churches of Galatia, with introduction and notes by J. Macgregor, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1879

The Apostolic commission, a sermon by James MacGregor, Edinburgh, 1880

British and foreign evangelical review, Vol. 29, no. 112, Art. I: Nature of the divine inspiration of scripture, London, J. Nisbet, 1880

The land question: with special reference to New Zealand and old Scotland, Dunedin, New Zealand; Edinburgh, A. Elliott, 1883

Freedom in the truth: under shield of a constitution, of government and of doctrine, in accordance with the Word of God, Dunedin, New Zealand Bible, Tract, and Book Depot, 1888?

Presbyterian Church of Otago and Southland: pastoral address, Dunedin, Munro, Dunne, and Co., 1888

Exodus: with introduction, commentary, and special notes, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1889

Regarding evolution: the previous question of science, Dunedin, New Zealand, James Horburgh, 1889?

Blown by the wind or Growing by the river?: Presbyterians on trial by their principles, Dunedin, New Zealand Bible Tract, & Book Society, 1890

The day of salvation (2 Corinthians 6:2): obscured in a recent pamphlet on “The reign of grace”, Dunedin, New Zealand Bible, Tract and Book Depot, Andrew Fraser, 1890?

The apology of the Christian religion, historically regarded with reference to supernatural revelation and redemption, Edinburgh, 1891

A political sermon on the primary formation of a people, or New Zealand’s Index Expurgatorius, 1892

The revelation and the record, essays on matters of previous questions in the proof of Christianity, Edinburgh, 1893

The sacredness of family guarded by affinity as bar to marriage with near of kin: historical exhibition of practical bearings and scriptural grounds, Dunedin Oamaru, Bible and Tract Depot, Andrew Fraser, 1894

Studies in the history of Christian apologetics, New Testament and post-apostolic, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1894

The Resurrection of Jesus: as a doctrine, and as a fact
 

Publisher’s notice for The Sabbath question by James Macgregor, Duncan Grant, Edinburgh, Duncan Grant, 1866?

 

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MCKANE, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

I and II Samuel, 1963

Prophets and wise men, London, S.C.M. Press, 1965

The book of fear and hope, Ghazzālī, translated and edited and with an introduction by William McKane, Leiden, E.J. Brill 1965

Tracts for the Times Ruth, Esther, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, London, Abingdon Press, 1965

Proverbs: a new approach, London, S.C.M. Press, 1970

Observations on the tikkune soperim in On language, culture and religion, in honor of Eugene A. Nida, edited by Matthew Black and William A. Smalley, The Hague, Mouton, 1974

Benjamin Kennicott: an eighteenth-century researcher, offprint from: Journal of Theological Studies. 28. 1977.

Jeremiah 13:12-14, a problematic proverb in Israelite wisdom, theological and literary essays in honor of Samuel Terrien, edited by John G. Gammie, Missoula, Mont., Scholars Press for Union Theological Seminary, 1978

Studies in the patriarchal narratives, Edinburgh, Handsel Press Ltd., 1979

A note on Esther IX and I Samuel XV in Studies in the Book of Esther, selected by Carey A. Moore, New York, Ktav Publishing House, c.1982

A critical and exegetical commentary on Jeremiah, two volumes, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1986, 1996

Qswsy p’h and pat mdbr in Text and context, Old Testament and semitic studies for F.C. Fensham, edited by W. Claassen, Sheffield, JSOT, c.1988

Selected Christian Hebraists, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989

A late harvest, reflections on the Old Testament, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1995

Jeremiah’s Instructions to Seraiah (Jeremiah 51:59-64) in Pomegranates and golden bells, studies in biblical, Jewish and Near Eastern ritual, law, and literature in honor of Jacob Milgrom, edited by David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman and Avi Hurvitz, Winona Lake, Ind., Eisenbrauns, 1995

The composition of Jeremiah 30-31 in Texts, temples, and traditions, a tribute to Menahem Haran, edited by Michael V. Fox, Winona Lake, Ind., Eisenbraun 1996

The book of Micah, introduction and commentary, Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1998

The middle of the Old Testament inCovenant as context, essays in honour of E.W. Nicholson, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003
 

Publication – about him

A word in season, essays in honour of William McKane, edited by James D. Martin and Philip R. Davies, London, Bloomsbury Publishing

 

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MACKAY, ALEXANDER, Rhynie

 

Publications – by him

Manual of Modern Geography: Mathematical, Physical, and Political on a New Plan, Embracing a Complete Development of the River Systems of the Globe, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1861

Elements of modern geography, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1864

Outlines of Modern Geography: a book for beginners, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1865

First steps in geography, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1869

Facts and dates; or, The leading events in sacred and profane history and the principal facts in the various physical sciences, the memory being aided throughout by a simple and natural method, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1869

Geography of the British Empire, From First Steps in Geography, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1869

A rhyming geography for little boys and girls, adapted for home instruction and for junior classes in schools, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1873

Life and times of the late Rev. George Davidson, Latheron, with brief notices of the history, races, languages, manners & customs, religious opinions, ecclesiastical and educational state of the northern counties, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

Physiography and Physical Geography, with Special Reference to the Instructions Recently Issued by the Science and Art Department, Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1877

Hand-book of the seat of war in Turkey, London, Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., 1877

The intermediate geography, physical, industrial, and commercial, Edinburgh, William Blackwood and Sons, 1885
 

Publications – about him

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, George Stronach, revised by Elizabeth Baigent, Mackay, Alexander (1815–1895), geographical writer and Free Church of Scotland minister

Inventories, Wills, etc.: MacKay Anna Maria, mrs, 29/2/1908, 52 Bruntsfield Gardens, latterly 23 Gillespie Crescent, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. Alexander Mackay, LL.D., d. 13/02/1908 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/477; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/394

There are several references to a Rev. Alexander Mackay in the NRS: one was a Trustee for William MacDonald: NRS CS46/1893/1/85; NRS CS243/5074; and NRS CS243/5171. The Trustees of another one (Harrison and another) conducted a case vs. Mackay and others in 1897, NRS CS243/5103. [Note a daughter of Alexander Mackay, Rhynie, married a Harrison.] A further reference is a Special case in 1869, involving Sir Thomas N Dick and The Reverend Alexander Mackay, NRS CS246/1070. Whether one or more of these refer to Alexander Mackay, Rhynie, we cannot at the moment say.

 

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MACKAY, MACKINTOSH

 

Publications – by him

Dictionarium Scoto-Celticum, John Macleod, edited by Mackintosh Mackay, Edinburgh, Blackwood, 1828

Songs and poems in the Gaelic language, Robert Mackay, with a memoir of the author, and observations on his character and poetry by Mackintosh Mackay, Inverness, R. Douglas, 1829

Gaelic: Dleasdanas na cloinne, bhi ‘g iarruidh agus a’ gràdhachadh Chriosd, comhairle do chloinn ann an sgoilibh sàbaid [The duty of the children, to seek and love Christ, advice for children in Sabbath Schools], Duncan Grant, translated in to Gaelic by Mackintosh Mackay, Edinburgh, Oliphant, 1829

Description of the hill fort of Dun-da-Laimh, in the parish of Laggan, District of Badenoch, Inverness-shire, Edinburgh, Society of Antiquaries of London, 1832

A sermon preached in the Scotch Church, Oldham-Street, Liverpool on the evening of the Communion Sabbath, April 7, 1833, in behalf of the Gaelic School Society, Liverpool, David Marples, 1833

On Sabbath, April 28, 1833: three sermons will be preached in the National Scotch Church, Regent Square by the Rev. Dr. Macintosh Mackay, after each service a collection will be made in aid of the above society, London, Gaelic School Society, 1833

A sermon preached in the Parish Church of Rothesay, on Sabbath, September 7, 1834, on occasion of the death of the late Rev. James Denoon, minister of that parish, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co, 1834

A sermon preached in the Church of Killin, Perthshire, on Sabbath, 4th May 1834, on occasion of the sudden death of the Rev. Hugh Mackenzie, M.D. minister of that parish, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1834

Sermons on the Christian warfare, and titles of Christ, preached in the Church of Dunoon, Edinburgh, William Whyte, 1836

Repeal of the Roman Catholic Emancipation Act: necessity and duty of demanding it, a speech in the Synod of Argyle, on the 1st August, 1838, Glasgow, William Collins, 1838

Address to the parishioners of Dunoon and Kilmun: reasons for petitioning Parliament, Greenock, John Hislop, 1840

Gaelic: Focal rabhaidh do ‘n t-sluagh mu thimchioll staid Eaglais na h-Alba, Neil & Co., 1841

Sermon preached in the Parish Church of Dunoon, on occasion of the general fast appointed by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, July 22, 1841, Glasgow, William Collins, 1841

Sermon occasioned by the lamented death of the late Kirkman Finlay, Esq., of Castle Toward, preached in Toward Chapel on Sabbath 13th March, 1842, Glasgow, John Smith & Son, 1842

Address to the parishioners of Dunoon and Kilmun: Reasons for petitioning parliament [on the subject of patronage in the Church of Scotland], Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1842

A practical exposition of St. Matthew 5:1-10, sermons, Edinburgh, 1845

Circular on Evangelical Alliance, Glasgow, 1846

Gaelic: Bàs Iain ‘Ic-Ille-Dhuinn, chnuic-an-t-sagairt, air son a’ Chreidimh 1685 [The death of John Brown, Priesthill, for his faith], translated into Gaelic by Mackintosh Mackay, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1846

Letter in the hand of M. Mackay to Rev. J.J. Bonar on the subject of home mission to the Highlands and Islands and its funding, Dunoon, M. Mackay, 1849

Reminiscences [of Sir Walter Scott], c. 1860

Memoir of James Ewing, Esq., of Strathleven, with a series of letters written while on a tour in Italy, Switzerland, Glasgow, James Maclehose, 1866

The righteous in everlasting remembrance: a sermon preached in the Free Church of Tongue, Sutherlandshire, September 8th, 1867, on occasion of the re-interment of the late Honourable Sophia Aylmer, daughter of the late Right Honourable Alexander Lord Reay, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1867

Sermon preached in the Free Church, Snizort, Skye, on occasion of the decease of the Rev. Roderick Macleod, Minister of the Free Church, Snizort, with brief memorials of his life, character, and ministry, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1869

Brief memorials of the life, character and ministry of the Rev. Roderick Macleod, Snizort, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1869

Gaelic: Righ nan uile chinneach, agus dleasdanas luchd-riaghlaidh na talmhainn d’a fhirinn, agus d’a rioghachd-sa [King of all nations, and the duty of the rulers of the earth to his truth and kingdom], a sermon preached in the presence of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, William Nixon, translated into Gaelic by Mackintosh Mackay, Edinburgh, Sanson and Co., 1869

Gaelic: Eachdraidh nan Urramach ann an Alba, an aimsiribh na geur-leanmhuinn: na fianuisean a bha dìleas gu bàs, air taobh chòirichean rioghail Chriosd agus na h-eaglais , eadar-theangaichte leis an Olla T.R. M’Gillebhra; agus, Eachdraidh Eaglais na h-Alba, o àm an ath-leasachaidh o ‘n Phàpanachd, gu àm an dealachaidh. Maille ri làn iomradh air strì nan deich bliadhna; agus, Eachdraidh na h-Eaglais Saoire, o àm an dealachaidh, gu ruig a’ bhliadhna 1870, London, William Mackenzie, 1872?
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Mackay, Frances, 20/4/1877, Free Church Manse, Sandbank, d. 23/03/1877 at Sandbank, testate, Inventory, Dunoon Sheriff Court, NRS SC51/32/23

Obituary notice on this web-site: Mackintosh MacKay

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.35, Aeneas James George Mackay, MacKay, Mackintosh

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Alan Bell, Mackay, Mackintosh (1793–1873), Free Church of Scotland minister and Gaelic scholar

New Statistical Account, Dunoon and Kilmun, Vol.7, Argyll, p.567

Photographic portrait of Rev Dr Mackintosh MacKay, LLD, David Octavius Hill (maker / photographer); Robert Adamson; (maker / photographer)

 

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MACKENZIE, WILLIAM, Comrie

 

Publications – by him

Probably A sermon on atheism: its kinds, sources, and evils, preached for the benefit of the Dundee Royal Infirmary, in the Old Church, on Monday the 9th June, 1834, Dundee, A. Allardice, and James Dewar, 1834

Present Duty of the Church of Scotland to Her Sole King and Head, a Discourse, preached at the opening of the provincial synod of Perth and Stirling, and Published at the Request of Synod, Edinburgh : John Johnstone, 1839

New Statistical Account, Comrie, Vol.10, p.578; and Dunblane, p.1038

The servant as his Lord, Dundee, printed at the Warder office, 184-

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth grant, 8 May, 1845, NRS GD112/51/192; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 23rd April, 1850, Against sabbath labour in the Post Office and Mr Wortley’s bill, NRS GD112/74/834

Hints on the Apocalypse, feudalism and famine, the sermon preached at the opening of the Free Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale, 4th November, 1845, Edinburgh, Charles Ziegler, 1846

Gershem, or, The 33,000 words of Jesus Christ, the central fountain of truth, unity, and healing, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1847

A solution of the enigma in the prophecy of Obadiah, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1849

Sermons preached at Lochcarron, Ross-shire, Lachlan Mackenzie, minister of that parish, with memoir by his sister, and preface by W. Mackenzie, Free Church, North Leith, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1849

Sitometrion: an arrangement of the sayings and teaching of the Lord Jesus Christ, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1859?

Letters to David Laing: 1857, Oct. 12, Strathallan Park, Isle of Man and 1858 May 13, Strathallan Park

Legislation by three of the thirteen Stanleys, kings of Man: acts of Sir John Stanley, A.D. 1417-1430; legislation of the seventh earl of Derby, A.D. 1627-1647, and his letter as published in Peck’s Desiderata curiosa; acts referring to the clergy and landowners, by the tenth earl of Derby, 1703, edited, with introduction and notes, by William Mackenzie, Douglas, Isle of Man, printed for the Manx Society, 1860

Index to all the Statute or Tynwald Laws of the Isle of Man, Douglas, 1861

A lecture on Reformation in the Isle of Man now and before Luther, Douglas, W. Kneale, 1866

The Pyramid and the Bible; the rectitude of the one in accordance with the truth of the other, Edinburgh, 1868

The sayings of Christ: arranged for daily systematic study and individual, social, and universal use, London, Jonathan Neal, 1869

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.4, p.289, Nature and Use of Liberty; Vol.5, p.66, The Duty of taking Hold of God; Vol.5, p.97, Kings of Persia nursing Fathers of the Church

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.569, Spiritual death and life, Ephesians 2:1

 

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MACKRAY, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

A vindication of the Burgher Synod from the charge of schism, in a letter to the Rev. Dr. Belfrage of Falkirk, Stirling, C. Munro, 1826

An essay on the effect of the Reformation on civil society in Europe, Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1829

The character and prospects of the Church of Rome, 2 discourses, Stirling, 1830

On the causes, influence, and prospects of the secession, in connection with the prospects of the Church of Scotland, Glasgow, William Collins, 1833

A defence of civil establishments of religion, being the substance of several discourses in which the question is considered, particularly in its bearing on the history and prospects of the Church of Scotland, and on the Secession, Aberdeen , George Clark & Son, 1833

Two discourses on occasion of the death of the late Rev. Alexander Turnbull, minister of the Associate Burgher congregation, Campbell-Street, Glasgow, Findlay Stewart and William Mackray, Glasgow, 1834

The Church suffering and delivered, a sermon, preached at the opening of the Synod of Burgher Seceders, in Glasgow, September 30, 1834, Glasgow, John Keith, 1834

Prize essay on the effect of the Reformation, Aberdeen, 1846

The Blackwell prize essay for 1860, On the causes that have retarded the progress of the Reformation, London, E. Marlborough, 1860

In memory of Robert Neilson Mackray, by his father and brother, William Mackray and Archibald N. Mackray?, London, For private circulation, c.1870?

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.2, Memoir of a Young Parishoner, pp. 531 and 572
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 1/9/1870, Minister of the Free Church residing at No.5 Argyle Place in Edinburgh, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/149

Breadalbane Muniments: General Prison, Perth, 1839-57: William Mackray, minister of Spittal Square church, Stirling, for chaplainry at Perth penitentiary, 1841-2, NRS GD112/49/2

 

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MCLAGAN, JAMES

 

Publications – by him

The obligation of Christians to evangelize the heathen, a sermon preached before the Perthshire Missionary Society, on Sunday the 14th of July, 1816, Perth, R. Morison, 1816

Address to the friends of Bible Societies in Perthshire, by the dissentients from the Committee of the Perthshire Bible Society, Signed at end: James McLagan [and 5 others], Edinburgh, William Whyte and Co., 1829

Spiritual views of the divine government, a sermon preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, Edinburgh, Waugh and Innes, 1831

Lecture delivered at the opening of the Free Church Divinity Hall, Aberdeen, 5th January, 1846, Aberdeen, A. Brown & Co., 1846

Rome is Antichrist, being one of a series of lectures on popery, given by ministers in Aberdeen, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1851

To the Venerable the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, the Memorial of Professor McLagan of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Geo.rge Cornwall, 1851

The Sympathy of Christ, a sermon on Hebrews 4:5, in The Christian’s Fireside Library, Vol. 12, 1852

Lectures and sermons, by the late James M’Lagan, D.D. Free Church professor of divinity, Aberdeen, with a preface by A.D. Davidson, Aberdeen, Davidson, 1853

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p. 560, Christ spiritually given, in all his fulness, to his people, John 6:63
 

Publications – about him

Court of Session Extracted Processes: Decreet appointing the Rev James McLagan to be factor loco tutoris to Davina Christina Catherine Bowie, Jan 1825, NRS CS44/69/38 [Note a Davina Bowie died in Kinfauns, Perthshire – where James McLagan was minister – in 1829.]

Letters purchased from Tom Brown’s Stamp Shop auction, Dec 1994: Letter to Robert Wodrow, Esq, Glasgow, from James Maclagan, minister, anticipating a visit from Wodrow and giving some family news, 4th June, 1827, NRS GD1/1398/6/12 [This Robert Wodrow may be the Robert Wodrow (1793-1843), a Glasgow businessman, who was a family connection of Robert Wodrow, the historian, who showed special interest in the Jews people and who wrote a book entitled: The past history and future destiny of Israel: as unfolded in the eighth and succeeding chapters of the book of Daniel, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1844.]

A sermon preached in the Free West Church, on Sabbath 7th November, on occasion of the death of the Rev. James McLagan, D.D., Professor of Divinity in the Free Church College at Aberdeen, A. D. Davidson, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1852

 

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M’LAUCHLAN, THOMAS

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 3rd May, 1844, NRS GD112/74/826; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth grant, 26th April, 1845 NRS GD112/51/185; Grant to Maynooth, 8 May, 1845, NRS GD112/51/192

The depopulation system in the highlands: its extent, causes, and evil consequences, with practical remedies, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1849

Recent Highland ejections considered, in five letters, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1850

The way to God; or, The doctrine of Christ’s mediatorship briefly expounded, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1853

Report, given in to last General Assembly by the Education Committee’s Sub-Committee, Edinburgh, 1854

Notices of ancient Gaelic poems and historical fragments in a MS. volume (written in the years 1512 to 1529) called “The Dean of Lismore’s Book,” in the Advocates’ Library, Edinburgh, 1856

Report for the Committee on the Highlands and Islands , 1856, Free Church of Scotland, 1856

Report of the Committee on the Highlands and Islands, 1857, Free Church of Scotland, 1857

Celtic Gleanings; or, Notices of the History and Literature of the Scottish Gael, in Four Lectures, Edinburgh, Maclachlan and Stewart, 1857

Letter: 1858 Dec. 24, Viewforth, Edinburgh, to David Laing, 1858

Gaelic: Dàna Oisein mhic Fhinn, air an cur amach airson maith coitcheannta muinnter na Gaeltachd, The Poems of Ossian, edited by T. M’Lauchlan, Edinburgh, 1859

Gaelic: Criosd an t-eadarmheadhonair ‘n a Righ, searmoin mu Fhianuis Eaglaise Saoire na h-Alba, a rinneadh ann an Eaglais Shaoir Ghaidhealaich Dhuneidin, air a cheud la de ‘n Bhliadhna 1860, Edinburgh, 1860

The Dean of Lismore’s book, a selection of ancient Gaelic poetry, from a manuscript collection made by Sir James, Dean of Lismore, in the beginning of the sixteenth century, edited with a translation and notes by Thomas M’Lauchlan. Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1862

The early Scottish Church: the ecclesiastical history of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1865

The Union question explained, including Dr Bonar on Dr M’Laughlan’s speech: is union peace or strife?, 1870?

General Correspondence: Historical Department correspondence: Rev Thomas McLauchlan is one of the correspondents in 1870 – NRS SRO8/112; in 1871 – NRS SRO8/115; and in 1872 – NRS SRO8/119.

Report of Joint Sub-Committee on modes of co-operation, containing 1. On ministerial training, and topics pertaining thereto; 2. On the mutual and reciprocal eligibility of ministers; 3. On foreign and home missions, Part 3 signed Thos. M’Lauchlan, 1871

The Book of Common Order commonly called John Knox’s Liturgy, translated into Gaelic anno domini 1567, by John Carswell, Bishop of the Isles, edited by Thomas M’Lauchlan, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1873

A history of the Scottish Higlands Highland clans and Highland regiments; with an account of Gaelic literature, language, and music, written for the work by the Rev. Thomas MacLauchlan, LL.D., F.S.A.S., edited by John S. Keltie, F.S.A.S., Edinburgh and London, A. Fullarton & Co., 1875

Elements of Gaelic Grammar, Alexander Stewart, revised with a preface by Dr. McLauchlan, Edinburgh, 1876

The wrath and the refuge, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1877

Gaelic: Leabhraichean an t-Seann Tiomnaidh agus an Tiomnaidh Nuaidh : air an tarruing o na ceud chanainibh chum Gaelig Albannaich, edited by Archibald Clerk and Thomas McLauchlan, revised by Neil Dewar, Edinburgh, National Bible Society of Scotland, 1880

Gaelic literature, language, and music, Edinburgh, 1885

The Modern Scottish Pulpit, The Wells of Salvation, Isaiah 12:3, p.200

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 70; 73; 104; 132; 156; 843 and 844. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Thomas McLauchlan

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 4/5/1886, LLD, Free St Columba’s Manse, Viewforth, Edinburgh, d. 21/03/1886 at Edinburgh, testate, Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/21; 6/5/1886, Eik granted 21/06/1902, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/249; Original Confirmation granted 06/05/1886, non-Scottish Court, NRS SC70/7/10; Additional Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/413

Inventories, Wills, etc.: MacLauchlan or Fraser or Mackay or Craigholm, Fanny Leech, 10/7/1922, The Loan, Colinton, widow, d. 13/04/1922 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/682; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/559

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.35, James Bass Mullinger, Maclauchlin, Thomas

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, James Lachlan MacLeod, Maclauchlan, Thomas (1816–1886), Free Church of Scotland minister and Gaelic scholar

Dr. Thomas McLauchlan, William Keith Leask, with introduction by Principal Rainy, D.D., Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1905

 

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MACLEOD, DUNCAN DARROCH

 

Publications – by him

Reflections for the New Year, an address, Toronto?, 1874

False prophets, a lecture, 188-?

The Sabbath school teacher and his work, Sarnia, Ontario, Amateur Press, 1884

Sermon preached on the occasion of Burns’ anniversary, January 23, 1885, Barrie, Ont.?, 1885?

In loving remembrance of the late Thomas Shortreed who died at Toronto, June 23rd, A.D. 1886, “Resolution of condolence” signed and dated: D.D. McLeod, pastor. Barrie, June 30th, 1886

The good fight, a discourse preached in Presbyterian Church, Barrie, 1st January, 1893 on occasion of the death of Rev. Dr. Fraser, Toronto, Press of The Canada Presbyterian, 1892?

Every part of it is part of a great work and is spiritual work, sermon Feb. 25, 1894, Barrie, Presbyterian Print. & Pub. Co., 1894

Address to the Presbyterian Congregation of Barrie, Barrie, Ont.?, 1896

The work of the Church at home, an address delivered to the Students’ Missionary Society of Knox College, in Knox College, Toronto, November 13th, 1896, 1897

Our own church, an address to the Young People’s Presbyterian Society of the Barrie Presbytery, September, 1896, Toronto?, 1897
 

Publication – about him

Review of tracts by “Reverend” D.D. McLeod (Moderator of the Synod of Kingston and Toronto), by a Gospeller, Orillia, Tract Depot, 1890?

 

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MACMILLAN, JOHN, Cardross

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, 5th June, 1846, NRS GD112/51/219

Narrative of the Cardross case, Edinburgh, 1860
 

Publications – about him

Cardross case: report to the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Wednesday, 10th August 1859, with speech of Rev. Dr. Buchanan, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1859

Cardross case: report of judges speeches, December 1859, Scotland, 1859?

Report by the Committee of the General Assembly on the case of Mr. McMillan, late minister of Cardross, to the Commission of Assembly, to meet on 18th January 1860, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh?, 1860?

The Cardross case: proceedings at the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, Jan. 18, 1860, the speeches revised by the speakers, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, Nelson, 1860

The Cardross case: Lord Jerviswoode’s decision, Robert Smith Candlish, Edinburgh?, T. Nelson?, 186-?

The monthly communicator to the members of the Free Church of Scotland. New series, no. XL, April, 1860, Partial contents The Cardross case : what it is, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1860

The Cardross case, with remarks upon the report and proceedings of the Commission of the Free Assembly, by a member of the Faculty of Advocates, James Dundas Grant, Edinburgh, Myles Macphail, 1860

The Cardross Case, or, Why I differ from many of my brethren, Robert Stodart Wyld, Edinburgh, Thomas Constable and Co., 1860

Rev. Dr. Candlish’s speech on the Cardross Case, at the meeting of the Commission of the Free Church General Assembly, held at Edinburgh, Nov. 21, 1860, Robert Smith Candlish, Edinburgh?, 1860?

The Cardross Case in relation to the civil rights of the community, being two articles, revised and extended, from the North British Agriculturist of November 21 and 28, 1860, by a Member of the Free Church, Edinburgh, William P. Kennedy, 1860

The spiritual jurisdiction of the Church, with an appendix on the Cardross Case, William Binnie, London, T. Nelson and Sons , 1860

The Liberty of the Christian Church: I. Narrative of the Cardross case; II. Speeches at the meeting in Edinburgh, Jan. 14, 1861; III. Rev. Dr. Candlish’s speech at the Meeting of the Commission of the Free Church General Assembly, Nov. 21, 1860, Edinburgh, T. Nelson & Sons, 1861

The present aspects of the Cardross Case, a speech delivered at the meeting of the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, 14th August 1861, Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1861

The Cardross case, or, The nature and limits of civil interference with ecclesiastical procedure, Andrew Robertson, Stow, Edinburgh, James Thin, 1861

A Report of the speeches at the meeting in Edinburgh on January 14, 1861, preceded by a narrative of the Cardross case, Edinburgh, T. Nelson & Sons, 1861

The Cardross Case: recent concessions by the Rev. Drs. Candlish, Cunningham, and Buchanan, considered as opposed to a fundamental principle of the Free Church of Scotland, with a narrative and vindication of the proceedings in the Presbytery, Synod, and General Assembly, Archibald Gardner, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1861

Cardross Case: speech of George Young, Esq., advocate, on behalf of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, in the actions at Mr M’Millan’s instance against them and others before the first division of the Court of Session, on 16th May 1861, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1861

Article on the Cardross case, by a Country Elder, Edinburgh, Murray and Gibb, 1861

Statement by the Committee of the Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland on the Cardross case, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh?, 1864?

Report by the Committee of the Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland on the Cardross case, with relative statement prepared by Alex. Murray Dunlop, Esq., M.P., and laid before the Commission of the General Assembly at Edinburgh, March 2, 1864, Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1864

Hunter, A.Mitchell, Scottish Church History Society, The Cardross case

 

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MACNAUGHTAN, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

A statement of the actual income and expenditure of the Established Church in the burgh of Paisley, Greenock, Gardner, 1834?

A letter to the Rev. John Bremner, Popish Priest of Paisley, in answer to his letter protesting against the Presbytery of Paisley’s resolution to institute a course of lectures on the errors of popery, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1836

A second letter to the Rev. John Bremner, containing strictures on his “First of a series of pamphlets”, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1836

Idolatry of the Church of Rome in worshipping images exposed, a 3rd letter to J. Bremner, 1836

The doctrine of purgatory examined: in a fourth letter to Rev. John Bremner, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1836

Execution of William Perrie, a sketch of the life of William Perrie and recollections of conversations with him in two discourses, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1837

Two discourses preached in the High Church, Paisley, on 22nd October 1837, being the Sabbath after the execution of William Perrie, Paisley, 1837

A discourse preached in the High Church, Paisley, on 20th August, 1837, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1837

Who are the separatists? Who have broken their Ordination vows?, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1838

Man a responsible and social being, bound to promote the best interests of society, being the second of a series of lectures to young men, delivered in Broughton Place Church, Edinburgh, 1842

Paisley Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Maynooth, 16th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/176

The Free Church and American slavery, slanders answered in a speech, Paisley, 1846

The immorality of intemperance, Paisley, 1847?

Report of the Colonial Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, delivered to the General Assembly, on Thursday, May 25th, 1848, by John Bonar, of Renfield Street Church, Glasgow, Convener of the Committee, with the Speeches of Dr Willis of Toronto and Mr MacNaughtan of Paisley on that Occasion, Edinburgh, Miller and Fairly, 1848

The interdicted farewell sermon of the Rev. John Macnaughton, A.M., late pastor of the Free High Church, Paisley, preached 7th October, 1849, with a preface & introductory notice by William Wilson (editor of the Renfrew Advertiser); also, an appendix, containing a statement of the case, compiled from the legal documents, and including the decisions of the sherrif and sherrif-substitute of Renfrewshire, Paisley, Renfrewshire Advertiser Office, 1849

Memorial discourses, Belfast, Shepherd and Aitchison, 1856

The Lord’s Day the Sabbath, in reply to Dr. Reichel’s pamphlet entitled “The Lord’s day not the Sabbath”, Belfast : C. Aitchison, 1859

A sermon preached on the Sabbath after the funeral of Rev. Professor Gibson, Belfast, C. Aitchison, 1867

The Address of Professor Tyndall, at the opening of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, examined in a sermon, on Romans 1:20-22, on Christianity and Science, London, 1874

Man’s responsibility for his beliefin Science and Revelation a series of lectures, Belfast, William Mullan, 1875

Sermon preached on the Sabbath after the funeral of Mr. Hugh Currie, elder, Belfast, R. Carswell, 1882

Tracts on the form and order of the Christian Church, with others, Belfast, 18–?

Rome the predicted apostacy, a lecture delivered before the Young Men’s Christian Association, Belfast, C. Aitchison

The necessity of the Revival of Religion, A lecture on Ps.alm 85:6, Belfast

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.97, The Glad Tidings of the Word of God; Vol.2, p.126, The Curse converted into a Blessing; Vol.4, p.145, The Headship of Christ

The Scottish Christian Herald, 2nd series, Vol.1, p.473, The Burial of Jesus

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.373, The soul sorrow of Jesus
 

Publication – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 27/8/1884, formerly of Belfast, County of Antrim, late of Glen Lyon, Holywood, County of Down, Presbyterian Minister, d. 27/05/1884 at Glen Lyon aforesaid, testate, Probate of the Will and Codicils, non-Scottish Court, NRS SC70/6/2

The first of a series of pamphlets addressed to the members of the established Church of Scotland, residing in Paisley, John Bremner, Roman Catholic clergyman in Paisley, Paisley, Caldwell and Son, 1836

A second pamphlet addressed to the members of the established Church of Scotland, with a postscript containing strictures on the strictures of J. McNaughtan, Paisley, 1836

A third pamphlet addressed to the members of the established Church of Scotland, with a postscript fo Mr. M’Naughtan and his assistant, John Bremner, Paisley, Caldwell and Son, 1836?

The speeches delivered at the Presbytery of Paisley, on Wednesday, 1st Nov. 1837, and other documents relative to the translation of the Rev. J. Macnaughtan, A.M. from the High Church Paisley, to the parish of St. Paul’s, Edinburgh, Paisley, Alex. Gardner, 1837

The speech of the Rev. H. Cooke, D.D., LL.D., in the case of the Rev. John Macnaughtan, before the Synod of Belfast, upon Thursday, May 10th, with continuation on Friday, the 11th May, 1848, in reply to the appeal of the Congregation of Rosemary-Street, Belfast, Belfast, News-letter Office, 1849

 

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MARSHALL, WILLIAM

 

Publications – by him

On the duty of pecuniary contribution for the support and extension of the Gospel, a pastoral letter to the members of the United Associate Congregation, Kirkgate, Leith, Leith, W. Reid, 1841

The claims of missions enforced by a survey of their results, being the tenth of a series of lectures to young men, delivered in Broughton Place Church, Edinburgh, 1842

Strictures on the Rev. James Robertson’s “Letter to Dr Candlish on the atonement”, Edinburgh, Quintin Dalrymple, 1845

Present state of doctrine in the United Secession Church, a speech delivered in the United Associate Presbytery of Edinburgh, on 4th March 1845, in support of a memorial to the Synod, Edinburgh, Quintin Dalrymple, 1845

Correspondence between the Rev. William Marshall and the Rev. Dr. Heugh, 1846?

Defence of the Rev. William Marshall, before the United Associate Synod, on Tuesday, 12th May, 1846, Edinburgh, Myles MacPhail, 1846

Duplicity and falsehood exposed, a review of the correspondence of the Rev. W. Ramsay with Dr. Heugh & others extracted from the “Scottish Literary Gazette”, with a preface containing structures on the funeral sermons for Dr. Heugh, by Drs. Wardlaw and Brown, Edinburgh, A. Cannon, 1846

The secession of 1732 and the Calvinistic secession of 1846, 1846

Popery in the full corn, the ear, and the blade, or, The doctrine of baptism in the popish, episcopalian, and congregational churches etc., to which is subjoined a translation of an essay of the efficacy of baptism by H. Witsius, Edinburgh, 1852

Railway Legislation and Railway Reform considered with special reference to Scottish lines, Edinburgh, 1852

The work of the Lord declared in Zion, a sermon occasioned by the accession of the seceders to the Free Church of Scotland, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1852

No more death, a sermon preached in the United Secession Church, Kirkintilloch, on Sabbath, 10th December, 1854, being the Sabbath immediately succeeding the funeral of Andrew Marshall, D.D., LL.D., Glasgow, Maurice Ogle and Son, 1855
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 9/6/1860, Minister of Marshall Free Church in Kirkintilloch ,died at Glasgow, Dumbarton Sheriff Court, NRS SC65/34/9

Animadversions on the Rev. William Marshall’s strictures on Mr. Robertson’s letter to Dr. Candlish on the atonement, Andrew Pringle

Case of protest and appeal, by the Rev. William Marshall, Leith, against a Deed of Presbytery of Edinburgh, of date 7th May, 1846, with minutes of Presbytery and relative documents, 1846?

 

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MARTIN, HUGH

 

Publications – by him

The manifestation of the son of perdition, a sermon, preached in the Free Church, Panbride, on March 23, in accordance with the recommendation of the Commission of the General Assembly, Aberdeen, George Davidson, 1845

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 19th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/215

Christ’s “Own House”, London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1859

The connexion between the headship of Christ and revival in the church, with present relative duties, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1859

Broad church theology and Professor Blackie’s eulogy on Robertson of Brighton, 1860?

Christ’s presence in the gospel history, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1865

“Yea and Amen”, a sermon on the steadfastness of God’s promises, with preface on the recent depreciations of the Westminster standards, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren, 1866

The prophet Jonah, his character and mission to Nineveh, London and New York, Alexander Strahan, 1866

The blessedness of the dead that die in the Lord, a sermon “In memoriam” of the late John Forbes, D.D., LL.D., Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1866

A study of trilinear co-ordinates, a consecutive series of examples in the doctrine of transversals, Cambridge, Deighton, Bell and Co., 1867

On centres, faisceaux and envelopes of homology, Edinburgh, Royal Society of Edinburgh, 1867

A commentary on the Old and New testaments, John Trapp, edited by Hugh Martin, London, Richard D. Dickinson, 1867-1868

The correlation of spiritual independence and national religion, a friendly criticism of a distinction made by Sir Henry W. Moncrieff, Bart., D. D., Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1869

The ten years’ conflict misread by its historian, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1869

The atonement, in its relations to the Covenant, the priesthood, the intercession of Our Lord, London, J. Nisbet, 1870

As regards protoplasm (in relation to professor Huxley’s essay on the physical basis of life, by James Hutchison Stirling), a review, reprinted from the British and foreign evangelical review, 1870

Village lecture on scientific education, delivered at the opening of the Lasswade and District Science School on the 19th October 1871, Edinburgh, 1871

Scotch Education Bill, a reply to the Lord Advocate’s speech at Stranraer, being the substance of a speech delivered at Thornhill on Monday, 8th January, 1872, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1872

“Mutual eligibility”: two letters, I. to Robert Buchanan, in reply to his speech in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, November 13, 1872 : II. to Sir Henry W. Moncreiff in reply to his comments on the above letter in his speech in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, November 27, 1872, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1872

Holy scripture free in the schools of Scotland, speech delivered in the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland on Thursday, May 30, 1872, considerably enlarged, more particularly in reference to the duty of the Church to welcome Mr Edward Gordon’s resolution of May 6, 1872, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1872

The chariot of Israel and the horsemen thereof, a tribute to the memory of Robert S. Candlish, D.D., being a sermon preached on Sabbath 2nd Nov. 1873, in the Free Church of Dingwall, in the absence of Dr. Kennedy in Canada, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1873?

Other sheep I Have them also I must bring, a sermon on John 10:16, Edinburgh, D. Grant 1875

The shadow of Calvary: Gethsemane – the arrest – the trial, Edinburgh, 1875

Relations between Christ’s headships over church and state, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmell, 1875

The Westminster doctrine of the inspiration of Scripture, (with a prefatory note on the Free Church College Committee’s report, and with remarks on Marcus Dods’s recent sermon), London, J. Nisbet & Co., 1877

Letters to Marcus Dods, London, J. Nisbet, 1877

The eternal priesthood of Christ, and the Father’s oath, action sermon preached at Creich on Sabbath, 19th August, 1877, 1877

Where will the Free Church be found?, Edinburgh

The hidden life, a sermon, Edinburgh, 1880

Letter to my daughters, on the prophetic office of Christ, Montrose, George Walker, 1880

Gaelic: Sgail Chalbhari [Shadow of Calvary], Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1916

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p. 493, Precept, promise, and prayer; an illustration of the harmony between divine sovereignty and human agency
 

Publications – about him

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.36, George Stronach, Martin, Hugh

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, George Stronach, revised by Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Martin, Hugh (bap. 1822, d. 1885), Free Church of Scotland minister

Doctoral Thesis, Author: Ferguson, John C. A.; Awarding Body: University of Aberdeen; Awarded: 2011: The atonement in its relations : the doctrine of salvation in the federal theology of Hugh Martin (1822-1885)

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 28/12/1885, D.D., Montrose, d. 14/06/1885 at Montrose, testate, Forfar Sheriff Court, NRS SC47/40/52

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Martin or Robertson, Elizabeth Jane, 7/12/1895, 55 Newington Road, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. Hugh Martin, D.D., sometime of Free Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh, d. 17/10/1895 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/345; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/287; Eik, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/346; Second Eik, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/350

Mental Health Records: NRS MC7/4 p. 228 and NRS MC2/229

Letter: 1866 Apr. 11, Edinburgh, to David Laing, James Begg, asking for Laing’s support for the candidature of Hugh Martin for the Office of Examiner in Mathematics .

Letter: 1866 June 16, Chelsea [London], to David Laing, John Aitken Carlyle., regarding Hugh Martin and others.

 

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MILLER, SAMUEL

 

Publications – by him

New Statistical Account, September, 1842, Monifieth, Vol.11, Forfar, p.539

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.1, p.109, Coming unto Jesus, John 6:37

The blasphemy against the Holy Ghost, a discourse preached in the ordinary course of weekly lecture, Glasgow, William Collins, 1845

Breadalbane Muniments: Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 6th May, 1844, NRS GD112/74/826; Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 30th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/218

The portion of the Levites, or, God’s ordinance for the support of the ministry, a discourse, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1848

Popery is Antichrist, Dundee, W. Middleton, between 1840 and 1849?

Discourse preached by appointment, before the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, on Tuesday, May 29, 1851, being the day set apart by the Church for solemn humiliation before God on the part of her supreme court, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1851

War, though a judgment, may be blessed by God, a sermon, preached in Free St. Matthew’s Church, Glasgow, on the day appointed by Her Majesty for humiliation and prayer on account of the present war, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1854

Sermons preached on the occasion of the death of the Rev. John G. Lorimer, with others, Glasgow, W. R. McPhun & Son, 1868

The true freedom of the church of Christ in the light of scripture, and how it can be secured, with others, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1869?

“The Presbyterian’s” “depreciation” of Christ’s kingship over nations and its treatment of Dr. Samuel Miller concerning that doctrine, discussion of certain articles in the Presbyterian of January and April, 1869, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1869

Full report of the great Free Church public meeting of those upholding Free Church principles, and unfavourable to Union on the proposed basis, in the City Hall, Glasgow, on Wednesday evening, 11th January, 1871, Glasgow, Thomas Murray and Son, 1871

Address to the members of the Free Church of Scotland, inviting them to prayer for the church, and especially for the divine guidance of the ensuing General Assembly in the present alarming crisis, with others, Glasgow, McLaren & Erskine, 1877?
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Samuel Miller

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 31/8/1881, D.D., Minister of St Matthews Free Church, Glasgow, d. 05/07/1881 at Newton Place, Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/96, Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/82

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Miller or Ireland, Thomasina, 26/2/1900, 23 Newton Place, Glasgow, d. 20/05/1897 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/170; Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/123

Sermons preached in Free St. Matthew’s Church, Bath Street, Glasgow, with special reference to the death of the Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D., Professor Smeaton, D.D., Edinburgh; John Watson, M.A., Liverpool; and Charles A. Salmond, M.A., Free St. Matthew’s ,Glasgow, Glasgow, John N. Mackinlay, 1881

Memorials of the Rev. Samuel Miller, D.D., minister of St. Matthew’s Free Church, Glasgow, with a biographical sketch by Thomas Smith, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1883

Photo, Rev. Miller and His Son Rev. Samuel Miller

For photos by Hill and Adamson see here and here, back row, 3rd from left

 

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MILNE, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Prepare to meet your God, Dundee, M’Cosh, Park, and Dewars, 18–?

Letter to the People of God in St. Leonard’s Church, on the question of patronage in the Church of Scotland, Perth, J. Dewar, 1842

Second Letter to the people of God in St. Leonard’s Church, Perth, Perth, J. Dewar, 1843

Lectures to young men. No. 7, The influence of young men on the prospects of society, Dundee, William Middleton, 1844

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth endowment, 19th April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/179; Sunday trains, 23rd April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/182; Sites, 15th May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/212

The persecutions of popery, being the second of a course of lectures delivered at Perth by ministers of the Free Church Presbytery, Perth, J. Dewar & Son, 1851

Foreign missions of the Free Church of Scotland, India, a field for missionary effort, No. V. Letter from Rev. John Milne of Calcutta to the members and collectors of the Free Church associations for foreign missions, Edinburgh, John Greig and Son, 1853?

Gatherings from a ministry, sermons, London, 1868

Memorial thoughts, or, Selections from the life of Rev. John Milne, London, James Nisbet and Co., 1870

He contributed to the Disruption Manuscripts. His work is used in Thomas Brown’s, Annals of the Disruption – see footnotes 236 and 270. (Note these links take you to the end of the quote.)
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: John Milne.

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 20/7/1868, minister of Free Saint Leonard’s Church in Perth, Perth Sheriff Court, NRS SC49/31/8

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Milne or Nicolson, Barbara, 30/9/1892, 21 Lauder Road, Edinburgh, widow of Rev. John Milne, sometime F.C. Minister, Perth, d. 07/06/1892 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/311; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills,NRS SC70/4/262

Life of the Rev. John Milne of Perth, Horatius Bonar, New York, Robert Carter, 1870

Bill Chamber, Processes in Actions of Suspension and Interdict: Rev. William Liston & Others (members of Synod of Perth & Stirling): Note in Suspension & Interdict.: Respondent: Rev. John Milne & Others, 1843, NRS CS275/5/272

 

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MOFFAT, WILLIAM, Cairnie

 

Publications – by him

Lecture on Church establishments, being the second of a series, delivered at Kirkintilloch, on Tuesday, 14 April, Glasgow, W.R. McPhun, 1836?

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Sites, 25th June, 1846, NRS GD112/51/220

Protest and appeal against a deliverance of the Free Synod of Moray anent the expunging of minutes of evidence in the late Huntly case, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1846?

Who has been guilty of garbling “Jonathan Edwards?”: a letter to the editor of the Banffshire Journal, in regard to his notice of a sermon by the Rev. Jonathan Edwards, “On the distinguishing marks of a work of the spirit of God.”, recently republished with a preface by the Rev. H. M. Williamson, Aberdeen, L. & J. Smith, 1861?

To the editor of the “Banffshire Journal”, Aberdeen?, 1863?

True principles of union, not anti-union principles, to the editor of the “Banffshire Journal”, Aberdeen?, 1863?

Church union, Aberdeen?, 1863?

United Presbyterian union not true union, to the editor of the “Banffshire Journal”, Aberdeen?, 1863?

The proposed union of the Free and United Presbyterian Churches, in its bearing upon Calvinistic doctrine, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1863?

Which is the Free Church of Scotland?, correspondence in the “Banffshire journal” between the Rev. A. Begg and the Rev. William Moffat, Banff, Wm Smith, 1865

Is the Free Church of Scotland to continue free?, Banff, 1866
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: William Moffat

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 15/8/1887, sometime F.C. Minister, Cairnie, near Huntly, latterly residing at Ibrox Terrace, Govan, near Glasg ow, d. 15/09/1886 at Ibrox Terrace aforesaid, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC36/48/119; Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC36/51/95

Late disturbances in Stewarton respecting the allocation of a parish quoad sacra, the jurisdiction of the ruling elders, etc., as forming the groundwork of a controversy between the Rev. C.B. Steven, Minister, and Mr. William Moffat, late parish missionary, with the consequent proceedings of the Presbytery of Irvine, Glasgow : Published by W. Marshall … [etc.] 1840

Court of Session: Unextracted processes: Thomas M Cunningham and others (Moffat’s Trustees) v Gardner and Sons Limited and others, 1891, NRS CS247/1188; Trustees of Reverend William Moffat (Cunningham and others) v Gardner and Sons and others, 1891, NRS CS247/3765

 

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MONCREIFF, SIR HENRY WELLWOOD

 

Publications – by him

A letter to Lord Melbourne on the expediency of the interferences of Parliament to remove the present difficulties in the appointment of ministers in the Church of Scotland, with particular notice of the recent letter addressed to the Lord Chancellor by John Hope, Edinburgh, John Johnstone, 1840

New Statistical Account, December, 1840, East Kilbride, Vol.6, p.877

Letter to the Kirk-Session and congregation of the Established Church, East Kilbride, regarding the late convocation of ministers, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1843

To the moderator and remanent members of the Presbytery of Hamilton, Hamilton, J.D. Lowe, 1843?

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Maynooth grant, 26th April, 1845 NRS GD112/51/185; Sites, 6th June, 1846, NRS GD112/51/219

Breadalbane Muniments: Correspondence: Sir Henry Moncreiff Wellwood to Breadalbane at Holyroodhouse: Method of presentation to the King of a petition from the Society; address is still in possession of Dr Campbell; it is to be subscribed by recipient, NRS GD112/39/376/6

Stewards of mysteries, a sermon preached in the Free Tron Church, Glasgow, on Tuesday, April 9, 1850, at the opening of the Free Synod of Glasgow and Ayr, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1850

Form of Process – Assembly’s Overture, Edinburgh?, Scottish Guardian?, 1851

Communications to the members and friends of the Free Church of Scotland on the principles of the Church. No. III, June 1854, including Independence of the church, by the Rev. Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Edinburgh?, Johnstone and Hunter?, 1854

Christian union and visible churches, practically considered, Edinburgh, John MacLaren, 1860

The present aspects of the Cardross case, a speech delivered at the meeting of the Commission of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, 7th August 1861, Edinburgh, J. MacLaren, 1861

Suggested modifications of a Free Church document anent Christian union by the Sub-Committee of the Joint Committee on Union, signed at end: H. Wellwood Moncreiff, convener, Edinburgh?, 1863?

Speech on the union question, as at present brought before presbyteries, delivered in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, 10th October 1866, with a note on the state and prospects of that question, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1866

The Deaconship in the Free Church, a sermon preached in Free St. Cuthbert’s Church, on Sabbath, 23d December 1866, at the ordination and admission of Deacons, with addresses to the deacons and the congregation, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1867

Witness-bearing to the truth, Edinburgh, Maclaren, 1867

The union question: Free Presbytery of Edinburgh: reasons of dissent from the decision on Dr Begg’s overture, signed: H. Wellwood Moncreiff and others, Edinburgh?, 1867?

The union question, speech of Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Bart., D.D., in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, on the 26th of February, 1868, being a reply to Mr. Main, Professor Smeaton, Dr. Thomas Smith, and Dr. James Buchanan, with an appendix relative to statements by Dr. James Buchanan and Dr. Begg, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1868

The legitimate action of the laity in Church affairs, an address delivered to the Glasgow Free Church Elders’ Association, in October, 1869, Glasgow, David Bryce & Co., 1869?

Addresses by Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Bart., D.D., as moderator of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, in May and June, 1869, Edinburgh, Andrew Elliot, 1869

Creeds and churches in Scotland, with an appendix, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1869

Church establishment and church independence, a speech delivered in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, February 24, 1869, Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas, 1869

The old temptation in its modern forms, a sermon preached at the opening of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland on 19th May, 1870, London, James Nisbet, 1870

Spiritual independence, No. II, Glasgow, Bell and Bain, 1870

The Cardross case & spiritual independence, Edinburgh, Maclaren and Macniven, 1871?

The practice of the Free Church of Scotland in her several courts, Edinburgh, 1871

Notes on the history of the Scotch Education Bill in Parliament, Edinburgh?, 1872?

The identity of the Free Church claim from 1838 till 1875, a letter to His Grace the Duke of Argyll, Edinburgh, Maclaren & Macniven, 1875

In memoriam, Rev. Robert Buchanan D.D., sermons preached in the Free College Church, Glasgow on Sabbath, 18th April, 1875, John Roxburgh and Henry W. Moncreiff, Glasgow, David Bryce, 1875

Free Church principles, statement by the Assembly’s Committee, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1876

A vindication of the Free Church Claim of right, with an appendix relating to alleged facts, Edinburgh, 1877

Christ’s death and resurrection, 1 Cor. 15:3-8 in Precious seed, discourses by Scottish worthies, Birmingham, Alabama, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2007, originally published, Edinburgh, John Greig, 1877

Report on foreign missions to the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, May 1878, signed : H. Wellwood Moncreiff, Edinburgh, Thomas and Archibald Constable, 1878

History of the case of Professor W. Robertson Smith in the Free Church of Scotland, from its first consideration by the College Committee till the close of the General Assembly in 1879, Edinburgh, John Maclaren and Son, 1879?

Communications in the case of Professor Robertson Smith, Edinburgh, 1879

Additional reasons of dissent from the judgment in Professor Smith’s case, on 27th June, 1880, 1880?

Justice of procedure in the Free Assembly, a reply to Mr. Taylor Innes, Edinburgh, Maclaren, 1881?

Justice of Procedure in the Free Assembly, a reply to Mr. Taylor Innes [i.e. to his pamphlet “The Assembly of 1881,” etc.], to which is annexed a correspondence with Dr. Anderson Kirkwood, Edinburgh, J. Maclaren & Son, 1881

Suggestions as to opinions on the disestablishment question, in a letter to the Rev. J. C. Macphail, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1882?

The free church principle: its character and history, the first series of the Chalmers lectures, Edinburgh, Macniven & Wallace, 1883

Thomas Chalmers: a fragment, 1884

Scottish rights and grievances, Reasons for declining to join The National Association for the Vindication of Scottish Rights, Cambridge, Chadwyck-Healey, 2001

Church and State from the Reformation, A lecture

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.562, Christ’s death effectual for the salvation of the elect only

The Scottish Christian Herald, Vol.1, p.129, On Industry; p.568, The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Christ; 2nd series, Vol.1, The Believer not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ, pp. 665 and 681

The Modern Scottish Pulpit, Green Pastures, Psalm 23:2, p.1
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff

Disruption Worthies on this website: Moncreiff, Sir Henry Wellwoood

Dictionary of National Biography (1885-1900), Vol.38, Alexander James Mitchell Morison, Moncreiff, Henry Wellwood

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Lionel Alexander Ritchie, Moncreiff, Sir Henry Wellwood, tenth baronet (1809–1883), Free Church of Scotland minister

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 5/12/1883, Sir, Bart., D.D., one of the Ministers, Free St Cuthbert’s Church, residing in Edinburgh, d. 04/11/1883 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/228; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/203

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Moncreiff or Wellwood Moncreiff or Murray, Lucretia, 15/10/1885, Dame, residing in Edinburgh, widow of Rev. Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Baronet, D.D., Minister, Free St Cuthberts there, d. 10/09/1885 at Edinburgh, testate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/244; Will, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/214

Letter to Robert Candlish on a scheme for promoting religious literature in Scotland, James Fairbairn, Edinburgh?, 1853, with details of the committee formed to discuss the proposal, chaired by Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff

Papers of the Hamilton-Bruce family of Grange Hill and Falkland: Print of ‘A sermon preached in St Cuthbert’s Church on Sabbath, August 19, 1827, being the Sabbath immediately after the funeral of the late Sir H Moncreiff Wellwood, Bart, DD, by Andrew Thomson, DD, minister of St George’s Edinburgh’ (second edition, published Edinburgh, 8vo), 1827, NRS GD152/71

Johnston of Sands: Family, trees and other genealogical material concerning the families of Wellwood, Moncreiff and others, Johnston of Sands, Blaw, Maxwell of Drumpark, Preston of Valleyfield, and others, recent, NRS GD300/120

On the correlation of spiritual independence & national religion, in friendly criticism of a distinction of Sir Henry W. Moncreiff’s on the Headship of Christ, Hugh Martin, Edinburgh, James Nichol, 1869

Sir Henry Moncreiff and scriptural education, an answer, William Miller, Glasgow, 187-?

“Mutual eligibility”, two letters: I. to Robert Buchanan, in reply to his speech in the Free Presbytery of Glasgow, November 13, 1872; II. to Sir Henry W. Moncreiff in reply to his comments on the above letter in his speech in the Free Presbytery of Edinburgh, November 27, 1872, Hugh Martin, Edinburgh, Edmonston & Douglas, 1872

The Cardross case and the spiritual independence of non-established churches, being an answer to Rev. Sir. H.W. Moncreiff, Bart. D.D., by a Free Church Minister, Edinburgh, Lyon & Gemmell, 1875

Free Church claims: their real character and tendency, an answer to “A vindication by Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Bart., D.D., of the Free Church claim of right”, Andrew MacGeorge, Glasgow, James MacLehose, 1877

The present position of Professor Robertson Smith’s case, with reference to letters by Sir Henry W. Moncreiff in the “Weekly Review”, by a Free Church layman, Edinburgh, Ballantyne, Hanson & Co., 1879

Letter from William Robertson Smith to Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, Aberdeen?, 1880

Professor W. Robertson Smith, Sir Henry Moncreiff, Bart., D.D., and “our sagacious elders in the west” – a reply, W. G. Blackie, Glasgow, Blackie, 1881

The confidence of the church: a letter to Sir Henry W. Moncreiff, bart., D.D., A. Taylor Innes, Edinburgh. John Maclaren & Son, 1881?

Funeral sermons in connection with the death of the Rev. Sir H. Wellwood Moncreiff, Bart., D.D., preached in Free St. Cuthbert’s Church, Edinburgh, on sabbath, 11th November 1883, Horatius Bonar and Robert Rainy, Edinburgh, A. &. G. Brown, 1883

For photo by Hill and Adamson of his wife – Alexina Mary Bell – see here, centre

 

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MONTGOMERY, JOHN

 

Publications – by him

Breadalbane Muniments, Ecclesiastical Documents, Letters with Petitions to Ormelie [that is, 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane] and Others, Against Sabbath travelling & traffic on Edinburgh to Hawick ry, 8 April 1845, NRS GD112/51/171; Against Maynooth endowment, 22nd April, 1845, NRS GD112/51/181; Sites, 21st May, 1846, NRS GD112/51/216; Against Mr Stuart Wortley’s bill, 15th July, 1850, NRS GD112/51/222; Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office, Letters Accompanying Petitions to Parliament etc., 18th March, 1850, Against marriage with deceased wife’s sister, and in favour of entire cessation of sabbath labour in the Post Office, NRS GD112/74/833

Remarks on the nature and uses of the Law of God, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1846

Remarks on the work of God in drawing men to Christ, especially founded upon the sixth chapter of the gospel by John, with an examination of the Morrisonian doctrine concerning that subject, and the Morrisonian method of interpreting that chapter, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy, 1847

A few questions proposed to Morrisonians and persons inclined to Morrisonianism, Edinburgh, W. P. Kennedy,[between 1840 and 1849?

Marriage with a deceased wife’s sister or niece, considered in reference to the law of God and the interests of society, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1850

An inquiry into the doctrinal part of the Rev. J. Law’s “Brief statement and explanation of the principles of the United Presbyterian Church”, with remarks on a defence of that production, recently published by him in the Scottish Press, Edinburgh, John Greig & Son, 1851?

The doctrine of plenary inspiration, and the errors of M. Scherer of Geneva, Count Agénor de Gasparin, translated by John Montgomery, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1852

Popery as it exists in Great Britain and Ireland, its doctrines, practices, and arguments, exhibited from the writings of its advocates, and from its most popular books of instruction and devotion, Edinburgh, Bell and Bradfute, 1854

Baptism, a sign and seal of the covenant of grace, with strictures on the recent pamphlets of Mr. Lumsden and Mr. Hislop, Edinburgh, Shepherd & Elliot, 1857

The Israel of the Alps, a complete history of the Vaudois of Piedmont, and their colonies, Alexis Muston, translated by the Rev. John Montgomery, Glasgow, Blackie and Son, 1857: Vol.1 and Vol.2

The wealth of nature: our food supplies from the vegetable kingdom, Edinburgh, William P. Nimmo, 1870 [Note: not The Wealth of Nations, as Ewing says.]

An examination of articles contributed by Professor W. Robertson Smith to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the Expositor, and the British Quarterly Review, in relation to the truth, inspiration and authority of the Holy Scriptures, Edinburgh, J. Gemmell, 1877

Professor Smith and his apologists, a few words concerning ‘The authority of Scripture independent of criticism, by James S. Candlish, D.D.’, and ‘A plain view of the case of Professor W. Robertson Smith’, by the Rev. Wm. Miller, M.A., with an appendix containing remarks on the article ‘Apocrypha’ by Professor A.B. Davidson, in the new edition of the ‘Encyclopaedia Britannica’ , Edinburgh, J. Gemmell, 1878

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.3, p.44, Lecture
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 7/1/1897 The Bush, Fisherrow, Musselburgh, d. 25/11/1896 at Fisherrow, intestate, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/354

 

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MUIRHEAD, GEORGE

 

Publications – by him

Old Statistical Account, Dysart, Vol.12, p.502

An account of the life and religious experience of William Barnet, with occasional reflections, Edinburgh, James Gall & Son, 18–

A sermon which was intended to be preached in the Parish Church of Dysart on Sabbath, the 20th day of October, 1816, Edinburgh, James Taylor Smith & Co., 1817

God to be taken as the guide of our youth, a sermon preached in St. Cuthbert’s Church, on Thursday, July 10, 1817, to the children attending the Gratis Sabbath Schools, to which is added, An affectionate address to the young on the pleasures of religion, Edinburgh, A. Ritchie, 1817

The divine authority of the Scriptures confirmed by the miracles of the Apostles, a sermon, preached before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, at their anniversary meeting, Edinburgh, For the Society, 1821

The nature, excellence, and issue, of a life of communion with God, a sermon preached on occasion of the death of the Rev. George Wright, D.D., late senior Minister of the East Church of Stirling, Stirling, James Forman, 1827

Death gain to Christians, a sermon preached in the Tolbooth Church of Edinburgh, on Sabbath, November 11, 1827, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Thomas Davidson, D.D. of Muirhouse, with some account of his life and character, by the Rev. George Muirhead, D.D., to which is added, a character of Mr. Davidson, by the Rev. Dr. Lorimer of Haddington, Edinburgh, Lindsay, 1827

A pastoral address to the inhabitants of Cramond Parish, from their minister, Edinburgh, William Whyte & Co., 1837

Hints respecting the low state of vital godliness among professing Christians and the means of revival, Edinburgh, John D. Lowe, 1847

The Scottish Pulpit, Vol.1, p.265, On Near Intercourse with God

Free Church Pulpit, Vol.2, p.1, The provision made in the gospel for the progressive advancement in holiness, and the way in which we may avail ourselves of that provision
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 9/6/1847, minister of the Free Church at Cramond, Inventory, Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC70/1/67; Edinburgh Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC70/4/3

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Muirhead or Flemming, Maxwell, Mrs, 9/6/1855, widow of Revd George Muirhead, minister of the gospel in Cramond, died at Kippen, Inventory, Stirling Sheriff Court, NRS SC67/36/36

Records of Edinburgh, Cramond Kirk Session: Letter from John [Haldane, WS], to Reverend George Muirhead informing him of the death of Colonel Robert Spottiswood and his bequest of £500 for the poor of the parish of Cramond. 4 Sep 1828, NRS CH2/426/46

The Rev. Dr. Muirhead, Edinburgh?, issued by the Publication Committee of the Free Church of Scotland, 1848

 

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MURRAY, MATTHEW

 

Publications – by him

Union with the Free Church, Observations upon the pamphlet of the Rev. Matthew Murray on the position, principles and present duty of original seceders; with strictures upon an article, entitled “Dismissal of the Free Church Testimony” contained in the “Original Secession Magazine” for September 1849, Thomas McCrie the Younger, Edinburgh, Johnstone & Hunter, 1849

Reply to a pamphlet entitled “Union with the Free Church” containing observations on the pamphlet of the Rev. M. Murray, on the position &c. of Original Seceders, by a member of the Original Secession Church, Edinburgh, Charles Zeigler, 1849

Remarks on the position and principles, and present duty of Original Seceders, in relation to the national covenants, ecclesiastical standards, church communion, &c., Glasgow, S. & T. Dunn, 1849

Strictures on the Rev. William White’s reply to the letter of the Rev. M. Murray, on the question of union with the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow, David Bryce. 1852

Letter to the editor of the “Original Secession magazine”, containing an examination of an article entitled “Historical view of the grounds on which the secession from the established Church of Scotland were originally stated and defended”, which appeared in the “Original Secession magazine” for November, 1851, Glasgow, John Keith & Son, 1852

Seasonable truths concerning the Confession of Faith, the word of God, and the testimony of Christ’s witnesses, Glasgow, Robert Anderson, 1877

Memorial sermons, Glasgow, George Gallie, 1877

Selected discourses, Glasgow, Dunn & Wright, 1879

Rise and progress of the Reformation in England, two lectures delivered in the Theological Hall of the United Original Secession Church, Perth, S. Cowan and Co., 1885
 

Publications – about him

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 1/7/1876, D.D., Minister of the Gospel, 47 (or 247) Bath Street, Glasgow, Will, Glasgow Sheriff Court Wills, SC36/51/70; 12/7/1876, d. 02/05/1876 at Glasgow, testate, Glasgow Sheriff Court Inventories, SC36/48/79

The Original Secession magazine. New Series 13 (1877-78), p.65

Reply to a letter from the Rev. Mathew Murray, Glasgow, to the editor of the Original Secession magazine, on the question with the Free Church of Scotland, by William White, Edinburgh, W.P. Kennedy, 1852

A letter to the Rev. M. Murray, Glasgow, showing that the principles of original seceders, in relation to national covenants, grounds of ecclesiastical separation and exclusive denominational communion, are untenable, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1853

Letters on Christian communion, including a letter to Matthew Murray, by Benjamin Laing, Edinburgh, Johnstone and Hunter, 1856

A speech in defence of the Sabbath School System by Matthew Murray answered, by Archibald Brown, Edinburgh, Ogle & Murray, 1858

 

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MURRAY, THOMAS, Midmar

 

Publications – by him

Respective and relative duties of pastor and flock: being an ordination address, Aberdeen, Davidson, 1860

A solution of the sustentation fund difficulty; or, that fund viewed theoretically and practically, Edinburgh, Ogle & Murray, 1861

Union of the four non-conforming Presbyterian Churches of Scotland desirable, safe, and practicable, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1863

The disruption principles not a finality, Edinburgh, Maclaren, 1865

A general fund the true ideal mode of ministerial support, Edinburgh, John Maclaren, 1865

Comparative urgency of the union & disestablishment questions: with reflections on the positions of parties in the Free Church, and that church’s duty in the pending crisis, 1873

Nineteenth century unbelief: with addendum bearing on the Free Church crisis, Aberdeen, James Murray, 1879

Heretical declamation in the Free Church brought to the test of argument, Edinburgh, James Gemmell, 1890

A defence of the Declaratory Act of the Free Church of Scotland, Aberdeen, Wyllie, 1893

Free Churchism and State Churchism brought to the test of scripture and reason with two corollaries, Aberdeen, Wyllie, 1893

The religious condition of the Free Church of Scotland in the Exodus and Jubilee decades, respectively, stated and compared, Aberdeen, Wyllie, 1893
 

Publications – about him

Obituary notice on this web-site: Thomas Murray

Inventories, Wills, etc.: 17/11/1896, minister, Free Church, Manse, Midmar, parish of Midmar, d. 16/09/1896, at Free Church, Manse aforesaid, intestate, kin of Daniel Murray, parish of Kincardine O’Neil, Extract Inventory, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC1/36/129

Inventories, Wills, etc.: Murray or Greig, Agnes, 14/4/1908, widow, Springwood Park, 2 Rubislaw Den North, Aberdeen, d. 10/01/1908 at Aberdeen, testate, Aberdeen Sheriff Court Inventories, NRS SC1/36/157; Aberdeen Sheriff Court Wills, NRS SC1/37/129

 

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